The economy of Nigeria as a country have undoubtedly been experiencing a downturn in recent times and many graduates have been forced to take up entrepreneur roles since the jobs are not forthcoming. However, with the limited available employment opportunities, there are lots of people contesting for limited slots, which means anyone that would stand the chance to be employed must be different.
However, many graduates are still in the job market because the most basic of things like their Curriculum Vitae; CV is not in proper order, and the CV is the first thing to attract an employer to a potential employee, so it needs to be top notch. So in this article, I'll be telling you some 10 things you shouldn't never include in your CV according to an expert, and if you have them in it already, remove them, as they put you in a bad light in front of your potential employer. Here are they;
1. Career objective
2. Personal information
4. Additional documents
5. Buzz or Common words
7. Unnecessary Information
8. Long paragraphs
9. Social media links
So, I hope you have learnt a thing or two from what you shouldn't include in your CV to stand a better chance at getting a job this year.
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