If you want your CV to impress a recruiter so that they will progress you to that next stage of the process, then you need to write a killer personal statement that will attract their attention and make them excited about inviting you in for an interview.

Your personal statement should be personalised to the role you are applying to, documenting any applicable skills or experiences as well as illustrating your enthusiasm for the role. You want to make a positive impact at the start of the CV making the recruiter want to explore your experiences in more depth.

This infographic from StandOut CV gives you 6 actionable tips for creating an interview-winning personal statement for your CV.

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