Prove your resume as a unique one in the interview

Started by ravindar, Jul 03, 2008, 01:58 AM

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Prove your resume as a unique one in the interview

Preparing a resume
                                       
>   Resume is a one or two page summary of your skills, accomplishments, experiences, and education designed to capture a prospective employer's interest. The purpose of a resume is to secure an interview. It is the primary tool of your job search and may take several drafts to prepare effectively

>  Before you can write an effective resume, you must first be able to identify your skills and abilities as well as your special needs relating to the work environment, salary, geographic location, and people environment. This step will help you to develop a career objective.

>  List at least 10 skills, which you have developed in each area. Make a list of what you consider to be 5 great accomplishments in your life. What personal qualities helped you reach each goal?

>  As you organize your resume, keep in mind the needs of the employer who will be reading it.

>  Consider what the employer is looking for in a candidate and make it easy for the reader to pick out those skills by selecting appropriate categories, using underlining, boldfacing or capitalizing and presenting relevant experience and skill.

>  Use active language. Create An Image That Matches The Salary You    Want. A good resume predicts how you might perform in that desired future job.

>  Keep the overall length of your resume short. Depending upon your experience, one or two pages are ideal. A three-page resume should be considered only if it is absolutely necessary to do justice to your career experience.

>  If you're considering enclosing a photograph of yourself, don't! It's not necessary Avoid odd-size paper or loud colors

>  Don't include on your resume your height, weight, age, date of birth, place of birth, marital status, sex, ethnicity/race, health, reasons for leaving previous job, names of former supervisors, specific street addresses or phone numbers of former employers, salary information, the title "Resume,"

[blink]All the Best for Your Interview[/blink]

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