Your CV is arguably the most important document you submit to potential employers, so it has to be really good to prevent it from being discarded. Writing such a crucial document is not an easy task and there are lots of websites available that are full of helpful information.

Bored of the standard 1-2 A4 pages, Times New Roman, PDF/Word CV submission? Us too. Why not shake things up a little? While there's no guarantee that any of the below will actually get you a job, they’ll certainly get you noticed.

If you’re looking for a graduate role that gives you the chance to work on exciting projects with leading brands, then digital marketing could be the career for you. But to land a job in digital marketing, you will need to have an impressive CV that attracts recruiters and impresses employers.