How do you write a CV for an elderly person?

How do you write a CV for an elderly person?

CV writing tips for the over-50s1 Don’t put your date of birth on your CV. 2 Don’t make your CV any longer than two sides of A4. 3 Tailor your CV to each job you apply for. 4 Boost your chances of employment by posting your CV online. 5 Make sure it looks good. 6 Emphasise your experience. 7 Make sure you account for any gaps. 8 Network, network, network.

Should I include my age on my CV?

As your age doesn’t affect your ability to do the job you’re applying for, it has no place on your CV. Employers should measure your ability on years of experience, not how old you are. Don’t give them the fuel to do so by including your age on your CV.

What do you put on a CV if you have no qualifications?

How to write a CV when you have no work experienceShow your potential. An employer is not only looking at what you have done but what you can do. Be honest about your skills. Talk about your skills sensibly. Highlight your achievements. Talk about your achievements in different contexts such as study, work or leisure. Make sense of your qualifications.

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