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How guys doing this ?

I search google but found nothing Special


Any help !?


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You don't learn this at school/college?

You basically gotta put all this stuff in it : Name, surname, nickname, adress, postal code, city, phone and mobile phone numbers, e-mail, date of birth, sex, nationality. Also where/what/when you've studied. Your work experiences and your hobbies. Also some courses you've folowed.

Put it in a nice scheme/diagram (whatever the word is) or something like that and there you go.

Atleast that's what you need to write in it here in Holland

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You don't learn this at school/college?

You basically gotta put all this stuff in it : Name, surname, nickname, adress, postal code, city, phone and mobile phone numbers, e-mail, date of birth, sex, nationality. Also where/what/when you've studied. Your work experiences and your hobbies. Also some courses you've folowed.

Put it in a nice scheme/diagram (whatever the word is) or something like that and there you go.

Atleast that's what you need to write in it here in Holland

LOL :)

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You didn,t find how to do that in Google?What kind of Google do you use? :D

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LOL :)


Well yeah lol, I heard Americans write EVERYTHING in it.. hope that's not true else I'll laugh :P

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It differs from country to country. Ask google to find the rules for your country. If you can't find anything, try harder.

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Not sure how it fares around the world but I've heard about the europass style/format CV, might be worth looking up at least as an example.

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One word of advice don't look at other CV'S sometimes they might look appealing to you but really there crap.
start of with a personal statement and work towards your skills and quality and education nothing bad on CV'S they look for positive stuff.

Flamer :D

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Fortunately for me, there was a local organisation who writes CV/work xp, etc, etc.

I gave them my details, and they churned one out. It was around average, made it a little better with some tweaks.

So you might wanna check out for that. But otherwise, you may have to do it the long way and start from scratch!

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google europass




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