Resume Writing Essentials

by carlos 19. May 2008

When it comes to writing resumes, there are many things to be considered. if you’re not sure of where to start, writing resumes can be tricky, whether you’re applying for an entry-level job or you need an  Executive Resume.

If you don’t feel 100% in your abilities to write an Effective Outstanding Resume, you may want to consider hiring a qualified professional to write your resume for you.

However, if you research the information and feel that you’re qualified to write your own resume,then here are some tips to help you:

  • Avoid old phrases and cookie-cutter templates

  • Be specific with your information, including your objective and with what...YOU can do...for the company

  • Be relevant. Don’t give details on your high school job at McDonald’s unless it is relevant. Most resumes list only two or three previous jobs, make sure the ones you list are pertinent to the position you are applying for

  • Confidence is essential when you are writing resumes. You need to be confident in your writing and sell yourself to your prospective employer. If your resume makes you seem weak or uncertain, no employer is going to hire you.  Think of your resume as you personal advertisement. 

  • Be sure you’re writing resumes that are styled for the type of job you want. For example, don’t use an entry-level resume if you are applying for an executive job, and vice versa.

 

 

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