When it comes to job hunting, your CV is paramount - especially one that is online and URL click away. Get it right, and you’ll have an interview in no time; get it wrong, and you’ll face rejection after rejection. Every CV is different — you want to show why you’re unique, of course — but all follow a similar structure. Your CV, short for curriculum vitae, is a personal marketing tool used to sell yourself to prospective employers. It should tell them about you, your professional history, and your skills; ultimately, it should show why you’re the best candidate for the job. There are particular sections that employers expect to see on your CV regardless of industry or job role, so we recommend using the following structure when preparing a cv to go on-line.