# 1 – To be noticed – To be read – Your CV design and lay-out shall be sufficiently attractive to commend at least a glimpse from the reader.
# 2 – Within a few seconds, it shall be clear who you are and what problems you can solve / what solutions you can deliver
# 3 – With minimum efforts, the reader shall understand what skills and competencies you bring to their organization and to what extend they will be meaningful to them.
# 4 – Carefully selected achievements will bring depth to the first impression created by your CV and differentiate you from the crowd.
# 5 – By avoiding “common” mistakes, you will ensure that you are invited for a preliminary discussion/interview.