John Black


Newport, United Kingdom
This is a good example of how a CV can be traditional without being boring. Dividing your CV into sections helps to give a good organisation of the information; this way you highlight your experience in an innovative and attractive way.

In addition, using small icons that visually support the information provides an elegant and pleasing touch to the reading experience.

Custom Section

This CV example is excellent for presenting yourself when you have little work experience. This way you will project confidence to the recruiter and you can introduce yourself in a few sentences, accompanied by your academic background and details of your internships (which most companies take into account).

Your CV is the representation of yourself in the world of work. Let it speak for you and use these tools to highlight what works best for you and your strengths.