A good question to ask yourself after reading your own CV.
Taking the time to make sure you are presenting yourself in the very best light will get you ahead of those (I have seen plenty), that do not.
There are many tools that offer personalized behavioural and personality information. The good ones offer the research and validity behind their tool and are based on well established theories. MBTI and DiSC are two I use and are relatively inexpensive and well established.
Most of us spend little time thinking about these types of differences, yet our lives are shaped by how we are perceived and how we perceive others and the environments we live and work in.
It’s your responsibility to take care of your own professional development and getting that perfect job has a lot to do with this, as does making the right decision when you do get offered a job.
Take the time to learn about yourself and believe in you.