Published at Wednesday, 01 May 2019. Resume. By Gregoire Boutet.
After your Name, address, contact information, and possibly a resume objective statement, you can begin to focus on what matters the most to the employer. Will they be more impressed with your education, or do they care more about your experience, or are they looking for specific qualifications. The job description for any particular position will give you a clue as to what is important to the employer. (And yes, I am suggesting you prepare a specific resume for each specific position you are applying for).
First off, be sure to eliminate all wording in your resume that you don't need, try to stay away from using too many slang and fluffy words that only tend to fill in the gaps and steer around the point. You want to make a strong statement that you mean business and you really want this job. Stick to action verbs that will announce and speak for you on your behalf. You need to set it up so that the resume is going in place of you and taking your spot in that chair, basically make your resume talk for you.
There was a time when a proper Resume meant a summary of the academic achievements. Those days are long gone the new industry standards of Resume Writing demands a whole new approach. People are more interested in how you are as a person and not the amount of mugging you did before exams.So imagine the patience and effort that must go into filling up that page with ever so cautious details. A proper Resume is the only marketing tool the candidate may wield to rope in the interviewer to buy his brand of product. Thus it is a must for any candidate gearing up for his dream job to go through a few content that are already available. While the net does have some samples of writing Resumes its advisable to go through a lot of them to frame the perfect one for you. It is essential to go through company specific Resume. By that I mean you should go to any directory on the net that stores Resumes and find the one that was used while applying in a company you want to work for. But a word of caution is that never try to copy anything you get to see in the directories. Look for pointers such as the style of writing one's profile or the way all the achievements are listed.
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