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    Default CV six years out of date.

    Oh bugger.

    Looks like I haven't needed one since 2010, having done a two year contract, then a 4.5 year contract to perm where I got hired by an old boss.

    What a faff. What's the longest you've had between updating a CV?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarillionFan View Post
    Oh bugger.

    Looks like I haven't needed one since 2010, having done a two year contract, then a 4.5 year contract to perm where I got hired by an old boss.

    What a faff. What's the longest you've had between updating a CV?
    Isn't that more you need a new CV....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarillionFan View Post
    Oh bugger.

    Looks like I haven't needed one since 2010, having done a two year contract, then a 4.5 year contract to perm where I got hired by an old boss.

    What a faff. What's the longest you've had between updating a CV?
    Last one is dated 2011. So five years.
    Hmm. I'm beginning to suspect that you need to find all the packing the computer came in...

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    Last one is dated May 2012

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    Get someone to do it for you. If you haven't already, attend one of the CV and interview advisers webinars.

    http://forums.contractoruk.com/busin...-profiles.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarillionFan View Post

    Oh bugger.

    Looks like I haven't needed one since 2010, having done a two year contract, then a 4.5 year contract to perm where I got hired by an old boss.

    What a faff. What's the longest you've had between updating a CV?
    Me too. Been at the last couple of gigs since 2011, and starting back at the previous clientco at the end of this month.
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    Just fired up my old contracting machine to get a CV and it's so slow, now having to performance tune the whole thing first.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MarillionFan View Post
    Just fired up my old contracting machine to get a CV and it's so slow, now having to performance tune the whole thing first.


    Sheesh.
    Excellent - you can add performance tuning to your CV.

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    PM Suity.

    He has had plenty of practice with CVs.
    He may just have time to turn yours around, when he isn't saving the world

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