CV...wo...I'm great with that....me only charge £10 per page for anyone who wishes to have a very professional looking CV.... Undercutting our Blues.....it's good to have competition
Hmm...CV's should not be more than 2 pages long - if it is...you may as well need not even post it - cos' the job isn't yours...you'll find your CV will hit the bin as soon as it gets there. Best to make sure the first page is attractive - now that doesn't mean putting lovely looking pictures or silly little graphics on it, I mean professional, smart...and informative - yeap informative...don't go on and on...keep it short but sharp! Don't keep the same CV...change it (no...don't lie), change it according to the job you're applying for (ie: if the role you're going for is all abt teamwork - then include more of that than the other aspects, etc). Sit from the point of the CV assessor/reader...and see what would interest you. Be positive...but don't over do it...stating you're the best, etc. Don't just send your CV on its own, make sure you send it with a covering letter.
If this is all too much, forget it.....go to the professionals.... :P