CV – form, content and structure + pattern

As the title of this article may imply, the content and structure pattern are an increasingly common technique in the design of a CV. The use of structure in any of the steps of the form requires the is to be completed before the next stage can begin.

In addition to this, the structure pattern involves the CV being completed in a series of three stages. The first stage is simply the ‘writing’ of the CV.

Next the CV is ‘read’ and any information or thoughts written by the candidate is added to the CV. The third stage of the process is the application of the CV to the interview.

The very first step to filling in the CV with content and structure pattern is to get started writing. The only other requirement is that the CV must be in a Microsoft Word format. The format should include tabbing so that the formatting has a logical order to it.

This will help the writer to focus on each section in the CV. For example, if the candidate starts off in bold font he/she will be able to pick up the content from this placement and apply it to the format of the CV.

It is also important that the CV is written correctly. It is important that the CV writer is clear about what the format should be and that the reader of the CV knows what to expect from the document. This means that the content must be clear and to the point.

When the CV is completed, all the sections can be listed out for review before the interview is submitted. It is a great idea to write the format of the CV as clearly as possible and in that way the resume will stand out and be more understandable.

The CV form content and structure pattern can make life easier for both the employer and the applicant. However, the applicant must remember that the final document should be clear and concise.