If you read through it there are some excellent tips in there to help you write one...
CVs should be purely factual without implying skills which do not exist.
A reverse chronological list of the job seeker's education or training... (British)
A bulleted list of the job seeker's key skills or rather, professional assets - skills alone are somewhat unsophisticated (British)
In the United States and Canada, a CV is expected to include a comprehensive listing of professional history including every term of employment, academic credential, publication, contribution or significant achievement. In certain professions, it may even include samples of the person's work and may run to many pages.
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