Basic - a basic CV will list your basic information
in chronological order. It will start with your name and contact
details. It will then it will list your last two or more jobs,
with details of the what you did in the post and what you learnt.
Next it will include a list of your educational achievements.
Finally this CV could include additional information regarding
skills you have or activities you are involved outside work.
CV - the employment CV lists in great detail your
recent employment, with a focus on what your role was and what
you learnt from each role. This CV looks at the skills your
learnt, how you applied them and gives examples of where you
achieved and overcome problems. This type of CV will benefit
from numerical examples. For example, "I increased sales
by 10 per cent in six months".
use an employment CV when you are seeking a job which is very
similar to your past experience. It is therefore unlikely to
be used if you have just left education and do not have much
work experience. Remember not to include too many past employers
in this CV, choose the most recent and most relevant jobs.