Here is some advice that may help you in writing an eye-catching curriculum vitae (CV)
Your objective represents the bull’s-eye target for your CV, so take the time to clearly formulate it.
Use your CV to sell yourself.
You do not need to present everything that you’ve done, down to the smallest detail. Be clear and concise. Your CV should be interesting enough to earn you an interview.
Start your sentences with action words like: preparation, presentation, coordination, monitoring, etc.
A CV is typically skimmed in just 30 seconds. As a result, the information that is most relevant to your initial objective should be placed near the top, where they have the greatest chance of being read.
You should use terms that underscore your skills in a particular domain.
Rather than delving deeper into one subject in particular, use your CV to highlight your knowledge.
Your CV should be nicely spaced out. Use at least a 10 point font (preferably 11 point). Do not use more than two or three pages. Because CVs are read very quickly, the reader needs to be able to review yours as efficiently as possible.