Published at Monday, 06 May 2019. Resume. By Bette Vignal.
These days, finding a good job requires an individual to go the extra mile, to stand out from the competition. Unlike any other time in history, hundreds of thousands of students graduate from the best universities in the world, and all of these usually compete to fill the very few job vacancies available. Therefore, one of the ways to grab the attention of a potential employer is to have a very attractive CV, because this is likely to be the first form of encounter that they will have with you.
On any one you observe, you should never find an objective that is too vague. The employer will want to know exactly what you are looking for and the skills you are hoping to utilize. This is not to say you should sound inflexible, but giving specific examples of what you can bring to the company and what you would like to get in return will be a much better way to go. Another common mistake that should not be made is the use of personal articles and pronouns. These do not fit well in a business communication. For example, if you are pointing out an improvement or accomplishment from a former position, you would not want to say ” I increased the revenue by 25% in a six-month time period,” but would want to word it thusly: ”Increased revenue by 25% in six months' time.”
First, you should remember to leave a comfortable margin, which is typically one to one and a half inches, on the top, bottom, and sides of your resume page or pages. Then, you must employ appropriate spacing, which is typically two to three line spaces) between the sections, such as your educational background, work experience, and other relevant details. Speaking of sections, it is important that you maintain consistency in typing headings. Check out free resume examples on the web and you'll see that headings should be the same all throughout. For example, if EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND is capitalized, so should WORK EXPERIENCE and the rest.
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