When you’re searching for a job, your best chances of creating a good first impression on your prospective employer is through your resume. Your resume presents your value to your prospective employer, resulting in a call for an interview. Hence, the purpose of your resume is to get that elusive call for interview. So now you decide – how much should you invest in your resume? Read more
Resume writing experts can tell you what to include in your resume anytime you want. However, have you wondered what NOT to include in your resume? Take our expert advice on resume writing and avoid the following worst things you can include in your resume:
1. Recommendation Letters from Family or Friends. Read more
The objective of your resume is to grab the attention of the employer. However, this doesn’t mean you provide false or incomplete information on your resume, especially regarding your previous work experience. Here are some tips on how to list previous work experience, and draft a good resume to land your dream job. Read more
According to the English dictionary, the term curriculum vitae means a person’s ‘course of life’. And the term resume means a curriculum vitae. To be more precise, resume is a summary of a person’s curriculum vitae. Hence, from reading these descriptions itself can give you ideas about the difference between resume and CV. Read more
Resume writing isn’t simple – that’s what I always say. When you pay attention and optimize each word and sentence in your resume, you can hope for a good resume at hand to apply and land your dream job. Each section in your resume is important, be it your objective, education, achievements, etc. So what kind of achievements should you include in your resume?
Well, since I can’t comply with everyone’s requests in one single post, let me give you the list of 4 things NOT to include in the achievements’ section of your resume:
If it’s the first time you are applying for a job, it’s possible you can’t think of any qualifications to mention in your resume or CV (curriculum vitae). Whether you are in high school, or changing your career track, this post guides you about writing a CV when you have no qualifications.
Most times, prospective employers are willing to overlook the absence of qualifications in your CV, provided you are still in high school. If you’re in high school and looking to land your first job, you should take inspiration from your school work and personal interests to list out your qualifications.