A traditional curriculum vitae is a very broad and general overview of an individual’s qualifications, education, and professional or relevant experience. It is a Latin term that can be loosely translated to mean the course of one’s life. Over the years, as competition for interviews has increased, people have become skilled at creating CV’s that can seem too good to be true. Non-fiction has become fiction and recruiters are often left having to cross reference other sources and unfortunately have no sense of the personality behind the CV. This is frustrating for both candidates – who may find themselves missing out on an interview – and recruiters – who may find themselves wasting time interviewing people that are not quite right for the role.