Most people will tell you that your CV should be no more than two pages long. Buy many job seekers struggle to write a CV that is only two pages long. Trying to condense all your achievements, skills and experiences into just two pages can seem like an impossible task.
Three-page CVs and resumes are acceptable. In fact, one-page, two-page and three-page CVs are all absolutely fine. In most cases you should aim for two pages, because two-page CVs make for a better reading experience. They are generally more concise. But if you want to use an extra page to expand on your experiences or draw attention to your less recent roles, it’s perfectly OK to do so.
However, it’s always beneficial to try to trim your CV down. In general, recruiters and hiring managers prefer concise two-page documents. Two-page CVs are usually easier to read and contain less redundant information. But if you can’t trim your CV down to two pages, then it is acceptable to extend the document to three pages.