Resumes have long been a staple of the job seeker. No matter where you apply or what field youre looking for work in most employers are looking for some sort of resume to give them an idea of who you are and what you have done up to this point. Even with the high level of importance placed on the resume many people have no idea where to begin or what a good resume should look like. Here are ten tips to help you write a better resume and get the job you really want.
The resume writing service does not require knowing anything about you. All they ask you to do is fill out a standard online questionnaire and maybe submit your current resume. A competent service needs you to fill out a questionnaire; however it does not end with this. They contact you and ask for numerous other details about your career and achievements that they need to create an effective resume.
Most people do not realize that employers will do a quick scan of a resume it typically lasts only a few seconds. Theyre looking for key skills and accomplishments that the perfect candidate will have. So capturing the employers attention is critical or else youre information can get lost in the shuffle. To prevent your resume from ending up in the Trash file here are some helpful resume tips that will set you apart from the rest.
Chronological format is most commonly used. It is best format for recent graduates and fresher applicants. The details in such CV are presented in the bullet-ed points and are categorized into different sections. The skills are generally listed after the career objective and before professional experience details as fresher applicant will not have any eye catching experience details to grab the attention of the employer.
Erin Kennedy MCD CMRW CPRW BS/HR is a Certified Professional & Executive Resume Writer/Career Consultant and President of Professional Resume Services Inc. She is a nationally published writer and contributor of 12 best-selling career books. She has achieved international recognition following yearly nominations and wins of the prestigious T.O.R.I. (Toast of the Resume Industry) Award. Erin has written thousands of resumes for executives and professionals.