resume. Tuesday , August 15th , 2017 - 22:04:37 PM
1. You need to know where you want the resume to take you, and you need to make sure it's crystal-clear to the prospective employer. I can't emphasize this enough: Employers will not play a guessing-game to figure out what kind of work you want to do!
Companies are very aware that people acquire employment for selfish reasons. Therefore, they are more interested in learning two things from your objective. The first is what you want to gain from employment from their company; this is your selfish part. By the same token, companies are equally as selfish and they want to know what they can get out of you. Therefore, the second part of your objective will tell the company why your selfish objective will serve a purpose at their specific company.
a) Personal Information. This document should include as much of your personal details as you could possibly be able to gather. You should include your full names, address, youre your telephone contacts (home number and cell phone number). In USA and Canada the date of birth and your marital status is not included in the resume, this is not so in other countries ,they are included as your part of personal information. b) Objective statement. This is a brief statement stating your strong point in a summarized form. c) Education and Other qualifications. You should list your qualifications and education backgrounds on your resume. If your education history is up to the university level, you dont need to list the high school you attended unless it is relevant to the job you are seeking. If you are a recent graduate from the university or equivalent, it is advisable to list the courses you studied if they are relevant to the job you are applying for. d) Courses you are trained in. You should always list all work related training courses you took part in, together with all certificates or qualifications you obtained. Only list the important training courses and leave out the less important ones. e) Working experience Start with the most recent or the last jobs and move backwards and for each position list your job title and the job title of the person you were reporting to. Include the date you started and when you finished in each job. Also remember to include your responsibilities in each job you held. Quantify all your achievements if you could. Dont fail to include all other information which is relevant to your next job. f) Other Experience. If you studied a computer course and you are skilled in it, dont fail to include it. If you have a foreign language skill which will be relevant to the job you are applying for ,include it and indicate whether your skills are spoken, written or are business related. The skills to be listed should only be the ones which are relevant to the job you are applying for. g) Interest and Hobbies A list of all your interests, hobbies and sports you have taken part in should be listed. You should list the position, achievements and responsibilities endowed on to you while you were an active member of a club or an organization. h) References It is not a must that you have to list a number of referees but it is important to list them, at least two of them. i) Summary On this list your major strengths, skills, personal qualities and achievements.
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