CV gaps are becoming more common. Whether it’s due to redundancy, time taken off to retrain or to travel around the world, our work lives no longer follow a linear, uninterrupted path.
Is it ever to your advantage to omit or downplay experience, degrees or other credentials on your CV to help land an interview? Experts weigh in.
Will managers read this CV? Whether you're evaluating a friend's or your own, make sure you can answer yes to these questions.
You've got the basic elements of your skills and experience down, now you need to to ensure your CV has got the X-Factor.
Quantifying your accomplishments tends to catch people's eyes, including recruiters'. Learn how to use numbers effectively on your CV.
How to Handle a Spotty Work History
Learn how to engineer your CV to be a powerful marketing tool for your job search with advice from the people who hire for this industry.
Monster’s privacy settings let you choose how much of your CV information to reveal. Learn more, so you can pick the setting that’s right for you.
Use a combination CV to incorporate the best of the chronological and functional formats. Here's how.
Essentially, your CV is a sales brochure, pinpointing the interesting things that make you stand out from the crowd.