resume. Friday , August 18th , 2017 - 15:13:32 PM
7. Resume file format. In todays electronic world, there are only two file formats people should be using for resumes: MS Word (.doc) and Rich Text File (.rtf). No PDF, Zip, WordPerfect, AppleWorks, MS Works, or anything else.
There are a hundred or thousands of curriculum vitae sent to the managers, so if you want to build a strong impression to them, you should better write it in clear structure and easy to understand. For example:
Consider carefully what you have to offer a potential employer. Don't be afraid to do a bit of boasting particularly if it's true. You are competing against a number of other individuals who want the same job therefore your resume should stand apart from the crowd. Never hesitate to apply for positions that may be somewhat out of your particular arena. If you have proven to be a good manager, you will be able to manage people regardless of the environment. It's all in the presentation. The way you present yourself in a resume is the way you will be perceived. If you have confidence in your ability, make sure it comes across. Never hesitate to present your strengths.
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