Now, when you are learning how to make a CV, you should imbibe the fact that the selectors who will be reading your CV should be treated like kids eating a meal. What you need to do is to ensure that your CV is chopped up into smaller morsels that are easily digestible. Make it something they can easily swallow. This is because of the fact that most of these selectors will only look at the CVs after work and during their leisure time. In some cases, they look at these when they are rushing out from the office, so they devote the least amount of time to the CVs. If yours is not easy to read, they may just abandon it and will never come back to it. Make sure that the details you offer in your CV are not as elaborate as an apa paper. You should pick the most interesting details about you and place on the CV, especially such information that each employer is keen to have about staffs.