For many years, candidates have been expected to produce a formal and functional CV. Something that uses a monochromatic colour palette, conforms to the usual Times New Roman typeface and is typed out in size 12 to keep it neat and standardised.
Yet, as the workplace continues to develop and recruitment processes have become more rigorous, candidates are going to greater lengths to prove their worthiness for roles and demonstrate the skills that they claim to have. As a result, candidates have got very creative with the presentation of their CVs.
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