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Your graduate CV should follow a standard format that includes your:
For more help and advice, please see our CV Tips and CV Writing guides.
Your graduate CV should be between one and two sides of A4 in total.
Any longer than this, then potential employers won't want to read it all and will lose interest.
A targeted CV is laid out in a skills-based format, a good strategy for graduates looking for their first job.
It's called a targeted CV because you use it to aim for a specific type of job and only include details that are relevant to the job you're applying for.
To write a targeted CV, you should:
For more information, please read our Targeting Your Graduate CV guide.