How to write a Resume


Though a resume is written according to the person’s qualifications and job experiences, it is better to highlight the ones which are needed for the new job in the resume which is presented to them. If the new job needs a person who is talented in a particular field the candidate should ensure that his resume shows this area as one of his areas of expertise. This way there is a better chance of being called for the initial interview after which the candidate can talk directly and impress the interviewers. Make sure that the required areas of expertise are mentioned early in the resume so that the person going through it does not cast it aside.

A good way to achieve this is to have a brief summary in the beginning of the resume wherein you tell the interviewer your areas of interest and expertise and these should coordinate with what they need in their new employee. This will give you an edge over the others as you will fit more. Wording your resume effectively is as important as the work experience and qualifications which you have. If you have won any awards or done extra training in areas of importance this should also be put down in your resume.

Making the most of an opportunity is literally what a good resume does and this is something which one can have specially constructed for the new job so that it puts you in a better light than the others who have applied for the job.

Category: Resume Writing

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  1. I AM DOING MY B-TECH 3 YEAR.TO SEND MY RESUM TO COMPANIES I REQURED A SAMPLE COPI OF RESUME.I REQUEST U TO SEND ME A SAMPLE FORM OF RESUME WITH ALL FILLED DETAILS.

  2. k.sai mahesh says:

    please help me to create a resume . i am a b.pharm fresher

  3. pawan says:

    pls
    send me resume formate office general

  4. Keena Schweizer says:

    I hope this website works this time.

  5. Rajat says:

    Hi,
    We can provide you with more sample resumes for your website. Do we get backlinks for these and a mention of our website for each resume?

    Awaiting a response.

    Rajat

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