Together with the familiar cover letter, a curriculum vitae is the first impression that a potential employer receives of you.

On a CV you therefore find many different types of information about yourself, so that this person is able to form a clearer picture about just who you are and what skills you have. 

Therefore various of your assets are mentioned on a CV, such as automation knowledge, the education you’ve enjoyed and language knowledge. Below we look at this phenomenon in greater detail: when do you mention your language knowledge on your CV, and how do you so in a clear, structured way?