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Tips For Creating Your Resume

- Dec 5, 2016

It is very easy to make mistakes in your job resume and find it very difficult to spot & rectify these errors. In accordance with the good old saying, “Prevention is better than cure”, you must be very careful when you draft a job resume. With this being said, here are few tips on how to make a good resume.istockphoto_5263213-paper-and-pencil

#1 Error Free Resumes

First of all, you should get rid of grammatical glitches and typos. Your resume should be 100% grammatically right. Employers know how to read between lines. They will draw flattering decisions and conclusions based on your grammatical errors and typos. They will consider you as a person who is careless and not skilled in writing.

#2 Specifics

Employers have very little time to live with your resume. They need to understand you as quickly as possible. This is why you should include specifics in your resume. Keep crisp notes of what you have accomplished and are capable off! This way, you will be able to grab the attention of employers easily.

#3 One Size Fits All Attitude

Never stick on to the one-size-fits-all attitude. A lot of individuals tend to use a single resume for many jobs. Such resumes will be tossed into the dust bin immediately. Employers look for candidates who spend time and write specific resumes. This is when your resume would fit the role and organization specifically.

#4 Accomplishments

When you draft a resume, you should highlight accomplishments instead of duties. A lot of candidates fill their resumes with duties. Employers are not concerned about your duties. So think twice and include relevant accomplishments in your profile.

#5 Length

The “length of your resume” plays a very important role in its quality. Don’t make your profiles too long or too short. All human beings have their own expectations and preferences. This is why you should be thoughtful about the length of your resume. Don’t cut to two pages or increase to five page resumes.

#6 Objectives

Employers spend time and read “objectives” in resumes. Don’t puff your resume with vague objectives. Give your profile a specific and a focused objective. For example, “A competent mid-level senior marketing role that gives me the chance to showcase my experience and skills proficiently” is much better than “Seeking a competent role that offers growth in my career”.

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