The History of the CV
By Chris Bongard
11th March 2013

The National Careers Service have created a great  infographic titled "The History of the CV", showing how the CV has evolved since it's birth in 1482, when the great Leonardo Da Vinci created the first recording CV document.

The National Careers Service is the UK's leading careers, skills and training resource for anyone aged 13+ who wants free, impartial advice and guidance on how to find a job, career change or boost their skills. The site is a service run by the Skills Funding Agency, a not-for-profit partner organisation of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.  For more information visit their website here.

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