• Mark Pearce

11 tips to make your CV more readable: whitepaper

Updated: Jun 11, 2018

You write your CV. You apply for a handful of jobs. You wait. You don't hear back from your job applications.


Sound familiar?


Unforunately for you, employers continue to receive hundreds of job applications. Sometimes they can receive this many for one job. Let's say your CV is sat with 99 others. You have a 1 in 100 chance of it being read for longer than 10 seconds. These aren't great odds, right? 


Ask yourself these questions: Who did you write it for? Have you given your reader a compelling reason to reply? How do you increase the chances of your CV being read by more employers? 


In this whitepaper, Andrew Hornby and Mark Pearce share 11 tips to help you hear back from more employers.


Grab your CV, run a quick check and give it a makeover, where necessary. 


Click on the picture below to download your copy. 



What’s next?

  1. Hit a glass ceiling at work or your boss is a micromanaging idiot? Maybe it’s time to look for a better job?

  2. Finding it tough to attract high-performing people to chat with your business?

  3. Neither, however, I’m happy to sign up with 600+ people for future employment and market insights.

Inverse Energy is a recruitment / search consultancy based in Perth, Western Australia with a focus on mid to senior management and leadership jobs across the energy, mining, infrastructure and defence sectors - worked on a retained or exclusive basis.