You might just be hurting your application chances by including any of the following points on your CV.
Here are 9 things you should never include on your CV...
1) Full Personal Address:
// A general location is perfect, if you are not local to the position you must ALWAYS include info relating to your relocation "relocating to: LOCATION in DATE" or "Happy to relocate".
2) A Third Person:
// Never talk about yourself in the third person, this isn't a magazine interview!
3) Unexplained Gaps:
// Ensure your CV flows, and makes sense. If you spent 2 years on a sabbatical trekking in the Andes then say so.
4) Full Reference Details (emails, phone numbers):
// Only at the interview / offer stage should this information be disclosed.
5) Your Life Story:
// Your CV is an introduction, not a dossier on your life history. Keep it succinct and no longer than 2 pages.
6) Your Salary Expectations:
// Don't restrict your chances of an interview (phone / face-to-face), you are better positioned to negotiate a strong salary if you have already excelled in an interview.
7) An Avalanche of Bullet Points:
// Take the time to write about each section in your CV, bullet points are great but use them sparingly.
8) Negative Words:
// Leave out all negativity (unfortunately, difficult, frustrating, problems, discouraged) and focus on positive words (achiever, capable, enthusiastic, talented, powerful).
9) Family Details:
// Avoid listing personal information such as marital status, dependents, religion etc.