Your CV is one of the best selling tools you have.
It is your script for talking about yourself. It should clearly explain to your potential employer what you can do for them, outlining your unique skills and experience. It is worth spending time to perfect your CV to make maximum impact.
Use your CV as a well-presented, selling document and source of interesting, relevant information. It should include your personal details; your contact details; employment history (including employers’ names, addresses); education; your skills and achievements; any training and professional qualifications; interests (try to relate these to skills that your new job may require).