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When you are writing a resume you might want to think about using a different writing style depending on the job role. There are a variety of resume template styles you can choose from and picking the right one might help you to get a job interview.

 

CV Writing Styles

Technical

This style of resume writing means you are outlining all of your key skills and qualifications and using these to strengthen your resume. Instead of talking about each role, you tell the employer what skills you learned and what skills you brought to the position.

Conversational

When writing a resume you never want to be too colloquial – you should keep it professional at all times. However a conversational resume is more content than facts. You describe your past duties and your achievements.

Specific

Tailoring a specific resume is appropriate if you are looking to work in a specific industry. This usually means you refine your work experience and only include roles that are similar to the one you are applying for. Targeting your resume in this way will help you to demonstrate your expertise.

Facts and Figures

Writing an achievement resume full of facts and figures is especially good for when you want to give the employer a visual of your success and what you can do for their company. This resume, when accompanied with a career portfolio, can really help an employer visualise the benefits you might have on their organisation.


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