One Question Per Page false false Part of John Woodrow's job is deciding which new people his company will employ. 1 Woodrow reads hundreds of CVs every month. 2 His company does not accept CVs. 2 Woodrow's company keeps lists of potential employees on a computer. 1 Woodrow will ignore a CV which is too long. 1 He thinks the first CV he looks at is too short. 2 One problem with the first CV is that it includes irrelevant information. 1 Woodrow suggests that placements are not important when describing your experience. 2 The second CV has too much space on it. 2 The second CV includes information about the languages the person can speak. 1 Woodrow names two languages from Asia as being useful. 2