Create a Resume

By | March 23, 2009

Creating a professional looking resume can be difficult if you have not received the right guidance. Your resume should be consistent, neat, clear, concise and easy to read.

Resumes that contain typographical errors and lack consistency in font, font size and layout do not receive so much as a second glance from employers.

Here are a few things to take into consideration when creating a resume that will stand out and be noticed.  

Read through the job advertisement carefully. Look for keywords and try to identify just what the employer is looking for in the person they will take on for the position. Use this information to write a career objective which will guide the construction of the rest of your resume.

You can use templates from any word processor to help you create your resume. There are resume building tools that are available online for a reasonable price. Remember creating a winning resume is worth the investment.

Use these tools to determine the format and layout of your resume.  

Include the information that is relevant to the position and organization to which you are applying. Your resume should be short and straight to the point.

Don’t waste space and time on qualifications and experience that the employer would not be interested to know about. Many word processors will guide you in filling in the information and fix it into the template automatically.  

Go through your resume to ensure that there are no errors. Running a spell check is not enough. There are certain grammatical errors even an advanced word processor cannot detect.  

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