Seeveeze: A Simple, Easy CV Editor You Can Use for Free

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Producing a polished CV can be a huge pain. People hate doing it for the simple fact that it’s time consuming. Why is it time consuming? You’ve got to input and organize gobs of information and, when that’s done, you’ve got to format and design it. But what if the process could be simpler? Well, it can be.

But before we get to how, let’s take a moment to emphasize the importance of a really good CV. A CV that is on-point can mean the difference between getting your foot in the door for your dream job or never getting a call back. A professional and impressive CV tells the people you’re dealign with that you can be taken seriously, that you’re thorough and that you know how to get things done (right). And at the same time a poorly-designed and thoughtless CV is akin to shooting oneself in the foot. Submitting the wrong CV closes doors of opportunity and it’s the dumbest mistake because you CAN submit a killer CV that gives you a leg up on the competition.

Of course you could open up Microsoft Word or Apple’s Pages — or any number of writing apps for that matter. In fact, that’s probably what most people’s first inclination is when creating a CV. But while that approach may appeal to some, I think ...

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