Experience Section Example
The experience section is the central part of your CV, where you need to show that you perfectly fit the company's business needs by indicating the measurable results from your previous workplaces. It has to be targeted at the specific job ad, without any clutter or irrelevant information.
If you need any help writing your accomplishment statements, Wozber has all the needed help built in its free CV builder, which will walk you through the whole process step by step.
This is how accomplishments could look like:
Designed, implemented and maintained 70+ WordPress and HTML websites using Adobe Creative Suite.
Created, designed and presented 26 projects from concept to solution for clients and businesses.
Worked closely with marketing project managers to maintain and revise the creative direction for a group of on average five projects/websites.
Actively researched, followed and forecasted design trends to bring new ideas. Implemented company‑level educational content and book reading practices at a later stage that led to better workflow and higher quality design production.
Created 10‑12 ads and imageries weekly, including flyers, banners, posters, logos and business cards.
Developed and updated five websites.
Generated and completed four full advertising campaigns using Adobe Creative Suite.
Delivered design solutions under extremely tight deadlines.
Education Section Example
This section shows your intellectual potential, how prepared you are, and which professional subject matters are important to you.
List all your education with the highest or the most recent degree placed first.
- 2014 – Yale University, Visual Communications, Bachelor of Arts
If you're a recent graduate and you don't have relevant job experience or no experience at all, you should list what you have accomplished during your education. List the most notable distinctions or awards you have achieved, such as achievements at campus or organizations, GPA (if it were one of the best in your class), and mention your top college projects, group works, or any other relevant practices.
Skills Section Example
The skills in your CV are qualifications that focus on a specific job and a company, and they are a combination of hard and soft skills.
Scan through the job description of the position you are interested in and identify important keywords that match your profile and work experience. These are the best hard and soft skills for your targeted CV.
- Cinema 4D
- 3D Max
- MS Office
- Final Artwork
If you need any help identifying which skills you should mention in your CV, Wozber has a free job analysis built in for automatically highlighting the skills you need to specify in your CV.