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Resume Wizard : Winning Resume Secrets : How to make your resume easy to read?





Present your details in a brief yet precise manner. Present your work history, education, training and achievements in a precise manner. Avoid using large block of texts as they become difficult to read.


Present only the relevant information. What information is relevant will differ from job to job and from person to person. Time itself can make information that you think is important and irrelevant. Employers are more interested in what you have done recently or/are currently doing. They are least interested in knowing your past achievements unless they are extraordinary or very much relating to the position you have applied for. For example, job descriptions over 10 years ago (or say 5 earlier jobs) do not need to be included in your resume. You can either mention that details relating to this time or it can be provided on request.


Leave plenty of white space. Make your resume concise and compact and leave plenty of white spaces to make your resume visually attractive and easy tread. Unless specifically asked by the employer, do not include written references in your resume. They are normally not of interest to the employer at an early stage. Instead indicate these can be provided on request. If not asked by the employer, just keep mum about the references.


Don’t squeeze your resume unnecessarily. There is no rule regarding the size or length of the resume. The size or length of the resume depends upon the skills and experience of the applicant. Generally, two pages is a decent resume length. However shorter or longer resumes may work just as well depending upon the position. So there is no point of squeezing your resume. Just try to keep it concise and compact. Review your layout, space it out evenly and produce a resume that will work for you.





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