14 October 2016

The Resume writing in two pages is best for sure success

useful resume tips and ideas
[useful resume tips and ideas]
An employer can receive hundreds of resumes in reply to an advertised position, but only a few of them catches the attention of the employer. 
Here are some useful resume tips and ideas to make your resume stand out in front of employers.
  • Appropriate grammar, correct spellings, no typing error, and formatting matters a lot. Use simple font; big enough that the hiring manager could read it easily. Don’t forget to mention contact information.
  • Include awards, and key achievements, but make sure that these are relevant to the job and will catch employer’s attention.
  • Come up with effective job titles.
  • Keep the resume brief, exclude all the extra details. The ideal length for a resume is 1-2 pages.
  • Use bullet points, it saves the time of the hiring manager
  • Put the the most important information first that highlights your work experience.

More: Simple and Powerful resume with less efforts


Do’s and Dont’s:
  • Do not mention the salary unless the employer asks it.
  • Try to avoid use personal pronouns (I, me, my).
  • Do not write high school achievements.
  • Do not go beyond two pages while writing a professional resume.
  • Do not use justified text block; they put odd little spaces between words.
  • Do not write hobbies in resumes, they are irrelevant.
  • Do not mix noun and verb phases when describing jobs. First, use solid action verbs.
  • Try to avoid words like “Duties included”, “Responsibilities included”, or “Responsible for” these are job description languages not resume writing language.
  • Don’t attach pictures except that  the job demands it (modeling, acting so on)
  • Do mention transferable skills, especially when one does not have much experience to seek out a job.
  • Do consider a resume design that doesn’t look like anyone else’s. Many people use MS Word resume templates.
  • Do list the previous jobs in reverse chronological order.
  • Do avoid the verb “Work” because it’s a weak verb (after all everybody works).

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