Like most writing, you need to be a bit more creative in coming out with your résumé so that it gets noticed in a highly competitive employment markets. Sometimes, the packaging can get you the job more than its content.  When you think you have a really impressive work credential, there’s always someone better than you.  That could be in terms of years, company, education or even a better looking picture.
Attach only your latest Photo. Few things dismay the HR recruiter on interview day to see you don’t look as good as your photo on the résumé.
Be Consistency in Writing Style.  There are no formatting rules for résumés, though the sections for personal details, job objective, work experience and education are mandatory minimum requirements.  You can just go by bullet points in your work experience without having to go into essay-type narratives.  But either, you should be consistent in every section.
No flowery High Sounding words. Words that only Webster can understand may be impressive in literary circles but not to your employers.  Even those in the universities looking for professors in English prefer simpler language.
Reverse the work chronologically. Employers are more interested in your most recent job experience than what you had previous to it.  In addition, they often just read the first parts of every section in a résumé to gauge an applicant’s relevance to the job requirements.   For this reason, it makes better sense to use reverse chronology when drafting your job experience.  That means starting with the latest or current job description. Even your educational background, you should start from the latest to the oldest.  Same thing with the personal or background references you put there.  The topmost three names are always the first ones the HR recruiter will contact.