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CV Critique

Discussion in 'Employment & Jobs' started by Simit, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. Simit

    Simit Bit Poster

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    A little heads up;

    Currently in a temp apprenticeship ending in a few months, so I'm trying to keep my eye on the market and my CV upto date. I'm hoping to get into a 1st Line type role where I won't be just sat at a desk all the time, having not been doing so at my present place, or at least somewhere that is a bit of a mix of remote and customer-facing support. Somewhere I can progress would be advantageous too.

    I'm in no rush to find a job at the moment as I have some time left in my placement and intend to sit another exam before I start actively looking but some of advice/criticism would be useful nonetheless.
     

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    Certifications: A+, N+
    WIP: MCITP: 70-680/685/686 + CCENT
  2. zet

    zet Byte Poster

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    Nicely laid out. As agencies and some employers typically skim through CV's you should put your work experience before education. Also, how can you have only done 3 GCSE's? I'm pretty sure English and Maths were compulsory..
     
    Certifications: BSc, MSc, A+
  3. Simit

    Simit Bit Poster

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    Grades weren't too good in school hence why I didn't state them on my CV.
     
    Certifications: A+, N+
    WIP: MCITP: 70-680/685/686 + CCENT

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