Resume Tips!

Your resume is your ticket to get job offers from all those reputable companies you wanted to get
associated with when you first entered the world of professionalism. A well-structured, coherently written
resume can help you to come across a prospective employer; and if effective, it may fetch you your dream
job. Here is a list of points that you must consider while creating a resume – your personal marketing tool.

Target The
Resume

While preparing the resume, focus on the most relevant and specific information. All the important
information regarding educational qualifications and work experience should be included precisely in the
resume. Don’t add any irrelevant information.

Prioritize The Achievements & Responsibilities

Facts that speak about your achievements and responsibilities must be prioritized. Only after mentioning
the important facts in the beginning, move on to lesser important accomplishments. Also, it would be
prudent if you highlight them too.

Organize It Neatly And Professionally 

Employers are sure to notice the perfection you have induced in writing the resume. So, keep the resume
neat and professional by refraining from long sentences.

Keep It Precise, Short

The employers skim over an average resume in 10 to 15 seconds. Those seconds are sufficient for them to
decide whether or not your resume is worth reading wholly. So, try to keep the resume precise, short.

The Format & The Font

Though it is a great idea to use different formats, but maintain the same font in the entire resume. Use
universal font such as Times New Roman or Arial in the resume.

Incorporate The buzzwords

If there are such words or phrases that may show off your understanding of certain field, must incorporate
them in the resume.

No Misspelling Or Typos

A mere typo error can represent you as careless and unprofessional. Better, proofread the resume to
prevent misspelling and leave no scope for being misjudged.
Last but not least, prior to submitting the resume to the recruiters, ask somebody to read it. Others are
likely to identify and trace the misspellings and inaccuracies in the resume faster than you.