There is nothing as stressful as applying for a new job. Trust me, I know how it feels. You always prepare your CV well, send your application and hope for the best. There are some things, however, that you may include in your CV that don’t need to be included. Most of us, including me, have been culprits of doing these mistakes. Let’s have a look at them.
10. The date you wrote the resume
Let’s be clear about one thing; your CV is meant to act as the document that highlights why you are qualified for a given job, not to show how you edited it recently. Adding a date will have no effect whatsoever to your chances of getting a job. Just get straight to the point; no one is going to award you marks for writing the date.