A forward-looking CV is a type of CV that focuses on the future, rather than the past. It is designed to showcase your skills and abilities, and demonstrate how they align with the goals and objectives of the position or company you are applying to.
A forward-looking CV typically includes a professional summary or objective statement that highlights your qualifications and career goals, and how they align with the position you are applying for.
It also emphasizes on your future aspirations, plans and goals and how the company or the position aligns with those. It also includes a section on your skills and abilities, highlighting how they will be valuable to the company or position you are applying to.
Additionally, it includes information on recent trainings and certifications, showing that you are proactive in developing your skills and knowledge.
It’s important to note that a forward-looking CV is not a replacement of a traditional CV, but it’s a way to approach your CV to showcase your goals and how you plan to meet them. It should be used in conjunction with a traditional CV, that provides information about your past experience and accomplishments.
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