Monday, 9 September 2013

How to write your Resume

Are you a fresher? Or are you a person with quite an efficiency and eager to look in for new opportunities? Wondering what might it take to get yourself a decent job worth your qualification? Desperate to get into a job, you are looking for at all costs? Want to be seated in a right chair, for the rest of your life and prove yourself capable and profitable to an employer? Then here is the answer resume writing! Most of the people in the world are confused about presenting their resume or how to write their resume? Let’s know what actually a resume is? A resume is nothing but summary of your experiences and skills you possess, in relevance to the field of work or study that you wish to enter. It helps you in highlighting your accomplishments and achievements until then, with a detailed list of qualifications you posses required for the job.
Resume is the one which leaves an impact over the minds of the employers, even before you present yourself before them. So, make sure that the impact you leave on them is positive, for which you need to have some basic knowledge on how to write your resume? When you start writing your resume, think for a second about the job you’re applying for. Like what are its requirements, qualifications, skills, experience etc, etc. Do remember that you’re resume is typically your first opportunity to introduce, impress and sell yourself to the employer, such that he is pleased by your value proposition and you get hired. So, make sure you keep it precise and simple to the point.

The first section of your resume should contain information like, your full name, address, contact numbers, and a few brief lines about you. If you are a fresher, then go for putting up details about your educational qualifications right after your career objective. Mention about your key skills and other accomplishments in the coming paragraph. See that whatever qualifications you possess are relevant to your job profile or not. Later, make a note that you high light the particular certification/ qualification that is required by the employer.  Search for common key words that are commonly used for job descriptions related to your profession or industry. Coming to the conclusion, mention about your interests, hobbies and your goals. See that the presentation is apt and clear. Check that there are no spelling mistakes or grammatical errors in any of the papers f your resume. Everything you mention on write in your resume is noticed by the employer, and also gets noted in the database. So, make sure that you don’t mention any fake or false certifications.

By the time the employer comes to the end of your resume, present it in such a manner that it leaves them with an impression that you are indeed serious about that job, apt and appropriate person for it. Express your keen interest and what you love to do in your professional life and get hired for what you are!

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