Writing Resumes




Writing Resumes : Winning Resume Secrets





Use Keywords and Buzzwords :


Use relevant keywords and buzzwords that are prevalent in the industry where you have applied for the job. It will make your resume different and outstanding from those of the others.


Avoid Typos :


Typo means the typing errors and spelling mistakes. Proofread, proofread, proofread and show your resume to several friends to have them proofread it as well. One typo and your changes are greatly diminished. Two typos or more can land your resume in the garbage. Your resume is your reflection and should be absolutely perfect.


Never Misguide Your Employer :


Candidates are seen hiding the fact they have been unemployed for some period or they have changed the job very frequently by placing wrong or misguiding information on their resume. You can be caught during the interview or if the employer conducts a background check and discovers that you lied, you will be thrown out of the company.


Emphasize Your Case in Right Format :


If you are applying for a job in a field in which you have no prior experience, you should not use the chronological format for your resume. Better use a functional or skills-oriented format where you can present your skills and experiences properly. Candidates should take care that while they describe their skills and achievements, they must connect them with the present job they are applying for. Avoid the functional resume format unless there is something very wrong like virtually no work history or excessive job-hopping with your previous job history. One of the most effective resume formats is the chronological type.


No Unreasonable Excuses for Leaving the Job :


One must use reasons like company sold, boss was an idiot or left to make more money for leaving previous jobs on your resume. Such a valid reason will weigh in favour of you.





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