I think the ideal way to write a CV that gets you a job is to simply search for the best examples possible and adapt.
I know I am making it sound simple. ( Yes, I copied my homework on the bus to school. The teacher was sure I had the early signs of Parkinson’s disease because the letters on paper were pretty shaky).
And yes, I know there are 345,245 pages on the net about this but I am not talking about a copy and paste.
I think there is a lot to be said for not getting caught up in content. If that has been a focus, I think it’s time to ramp things up.
Add a great photo of yourself! (even get it professionally done). Get out there. Be noticed.
Make sure that your hobbies are much more than the everyday..e.g. Good food, walking etc. How about I really enjoy feeling the sun on my face in Venice whilst dining of seafood just in from the Almafi coast.
Get a feeling into those funny squiggles on the page known as letters. They are so one dimensional, so nineties.
Be you, be authentic and don’t necessarily give them everything that they want.