What do you think of when making a resume? Do you think your resume is a history of the past, a personal statement or some kind of self-expression? If you answered yes, then you are wrong. Resume is an outline of your work history, of course, but with writing that will attract your prospective employer, to call and hire you. Well-written resume will be far different than a resume that simply inform your work history. People making a resume to get jobs, although many people feel reluctant to do so and consider it as a liability only. From now on, change your outlook. A good resume is a ticket to get the job you want. From now on, gather some of your enthusiasm to create a masterpiece, and not a weak product that underestimated.
The good news is with a little effort, you can create a resume that will make you “visible”, and a superior candidate for the job you are looking for. Well-written resume will help you face fierce competition, and called for an interview more often than other people who are more qualified than you.
Allow time for 3 hours (approx.), to create a resume or even place it where you will continue to see it during the hiring process took place.
Resume writing tips:
Resume is your future, not past.
Resume is not a confession, so you do not need to tell all. Write down the things that are relevant and “sell”, and do not write down a list of work but your achievements!
Promote the skills that you can enjoy and you mastered. Do not write down the things you do not want to repeat.
Be honest, you may need to be creative but do not lie.