A CV as a PDF file is required to complete registration. Only after the CV’s been uploaded can we put your profile online and find the right position for you.

The more complete your CV, the more you show your motivation for a new job.
You can find more useful information on creating your CV on our blog:

https://www.taledo.com/de/blog/jobsuche/5-steps-cv-layout
https://www.taledo.com/de/blog/jobsuche/how-to-write-a-cv-for-your-startup-application
https://www.taledo.com/de/blog/jobsuche/dokumente-bewerbung

It’s also recommended to include a photo in German-speaking countries, even though this isn’t mandatory.

The chronological order of your previous positions, as well as a list of your degrees and certificates, are the most important things, including your personal data (address, email, etc.) to have on your CV.

Companies are interested in getting to know you as a person to see if you’re a “cultural fit.”

If you would like to use the LinkedIn feature to save your profile as a PDF, be sure to check that the PDF file does not contain any typos. Be aware that the PDF conversion feature does not always work.
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