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Which version of CV is best?

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Why bother with a post grad? Are they even worth it? Have your say! 26-10-2016
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    Hi,I'm in dire need of a job but I'm struggling a little with my CV.I have two versions but I'm not sure which is best; plain and simple or detailed.I'm mainly applying for bar and retail jobs.Any help and criticism will be muchly appreciated!I have removed personal info and place names so please mind the gaps, and the poor formattingxxxxx
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    (Original post by JodieLou95)
    The first version is marginally the better of the two, but it has about twice as many words as it needs. The second version has nothing of any interest to an employer at all, it's effectively empty of any real evidence of relevant skills.
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