Updated: Nov 12, 2019
We are here to help. Have these in mind.
You don,t need to worry. I am here for you. Ask yourself these questions first:
1-What's my name?What are my contact details?
2-What is my education history?
3-What are my work experiences?
4-What skills do I have?
5-What competencies do I have?
6-Is there anyone who knows me well and can act as my reference?
Now grab a piece of paper and start writing down the answers to those questions. If you don't know some of the answers just ignore it for now!
Well, it's now the time to go on Google and search for a CV template. Choose one you like and download it to your computer. Bear in mind to choose a template in Word format;it will be much easier and faster to work with. Also, try to find a simple and clean layout. Minimal designs are trendy, no one is looking for floral patterns around your paper frame these days.
Any template you choose will have the following sections; if not, you have to add to it:
2-your contact details(email, phone, address)
5-your education history
6-your work history
You know the answers to most of those questions. So please add the to your CV template.
Now you have a CV.