The beginning of your last year of training is when you’ll want to refresh and update your CV.
Your CV will act as an introduction to potential employers, and is a summary of your background. Its goal is to clearly outline your credentials for a professional position.
You may not have touched it since applying for residency, so time to brush it off and add to it the additional skills you have acquired during training.
Your CV may get only 30 to 60 seconds of consideration by a potential employer, so remember that your CV is your chance to impress.
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