We've all been there - especially at the fuzzy beginning of our careers where we don't have the comfort of experience, so we overcompensate with cringe lines on our CV - but it makes total sense that these 5 lines will do your CV no favours.
Being a perfectionist is not a valid weakness and saying that you're a team player is empty words these days. Words on a CV mean nothing if you can't demonstrate them when asked and sometimes words are better off left unsaid - agree?
Amber Rolfe from reed.co.uk has compiled her list here. If anyone is going to have a clue it's going to be reed.co.uk! Check them out here and please for your own good strike them off your CV if they're on there:
With a number of jobs seemingly requiring similar skillsets, CVs can often end up looking like virtual replicas of one another, making the hiring process more difficult (and more irritating) for recruiters. And much of it simply comes down to an overreliance on the same old stock phrases. To help you ditch the clichés, here are five lines you should steer clear of when you’re writing your CV: