Employers are looking for people who can do the work that needs to be done and people that will fit with their team. The first two or three lines of a CV should be a brief summary to paint a picture/description of yourself. Then consider what skills and qualities you have, what your interests are, what work you may have done – whether volunteering, odd jobbing for your elderly neighbour or waitressing. Take a look at the job descriptions that interest you – what are they looking for? Tailor your CV and experience to roles you are applying for. Make sure it’s well laid out, doesn’t have any spelling or grammar mistakes, is readable and nice to look at.