The business world is on a constant change. What is appealing today will be forgotten tomorrow. The job market changes instantly, skills that were relevant a few years are now second priority.
If you go back twenty years, for example, employers used to lay focus on hard technical skills. If you had these hard skills, you would qualify for a job in your industry. Today, however, the tables have turned. While hard skills will still get you the job, it is your use of soft skills that will help you retain the job-and even get promoted to the next level.
In the same way, there are other details that were important in the past but have lost importance in today’s job market. Some of these details are;
1. Titling your CV
Many companies have an email address dedicated to job applications. The same goes for recruiting firms. Whenever you apply for a job using these platforms, the employer or recruiter knows you’ve attached your CV.
You don’t need to label your CV in a large bolded font. This will only eat up space that you could have otherwise properly utilized.
Read on to see what’s wrong with your CV