Kick start with an executive summary.
Launch your CV with a short, strong executive summary (approximately 60 words or 3 lines of type) that describes your key selling points and objectives. This should be written in the third person, and tailored to the job with key words. Example: “Former U.K. Politician with Oxford MBA and executive experience now seeks to leverage natural talents.
Your executive summary should sound decisive and confident, but also factual and objective. Don’t bother with vague terms like “ambitious,” “dynamic” and “results-oriented”; rather, use specific descriptors like “published,” “award-winning,” “multilingual,”
But keep it short! You’ve got the rest of your resume to tell the whole story.


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