H ow to write a resume First, let’s review what a resume isn’t. It isn’t a log of your job history. It isn’t a summary of skills. It isn’t going to automatically get you a job.
Details about the resume sections: Contact Information – The most consistent element across all three resume formats, contact details must be outlined near the top. Resume Objective – This type of resume introduction can be used by anyone, and allows job-seekers to tailor their resume to their employer. Work Experience – For this format, you must have a consistent work history (or one that isn’t too patchy). Additional Skills – Your skills section can still be used to highlight personal attributes you’re proud of. Education – Your degrees (any) and certifications (if relevant) should be prominent. Accomplishments – Be sure to mention your most impressive awards and honors.
Before you go for another interview, ask yourself 4 questions. What kind of job do I want to get? 2. What does the company I am interviewing need? 3. What knowledge, skills, and technologies are needed to complete this work? 4. What conditions does the company offer? Do they suit me?
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