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How to make a GOOD RESUME.........with HIGHLIGHTS.......any INPUTS.......?

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Asked by MyLife, 23 Apr '12 05:17 pm
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1. Your Curriculum Vitae should enable the person screening a pile of them to quickly ascertain the salient points that will decide whether you are a potential candidate.

2. At the same time, it should also contain the detail that will interest an interviewer. To fulfil these attributes, it must be easy to read.

Layout
The standard way to layout a Curriculum Vitae is as follows:

1. Start with your personal details: name, address, phone numbers and email address.

2. Continue with your educational qualifications, professional qualifications and skills including software and methods. ...more
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Answered by Nauty, 23 Apr '12 05:20 pm

 
  
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Name in caps
and highlight mobile number and email id
Answered by stv jobs, 23 Apr '12 05:30 pm

 
  
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Sure you could mention you spend time on rediff QNA
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Answered by simon waaras, 23 Apr '12 05:18 pm

 
  
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Steps to Writing a Resume

Gathering Information
Whether youre writing a resume for one employer or several, the job of writing a resume is much easier when you take the time to put all of your information in front of you. Besides that, putting all of your information in one place gives you a handy reference to make sure that each resume you write has all the information you want to disclose to prospective employers. It also makes updating and writing new resumes easier than starting from scratch.
Resumes are divided into three sections: experience, skills, and education. Using these sections, brainstorm a list of all the data that might be pertinent to getting the job you want now and jobs you may consider in the future.

If youre writing a resume for a specific job, put the employers job description at the top of the list and use it to target the specifics youll include in that resume. If youre looking into positions with several different employers, you may want to write more ...more
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 03 Sep 04:57 am

 
  
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Use coloured fonts
Answered by conviction, 15 Mar '13 08:57 pm

 
  
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Here's a brief rundown on the essential things to include on your resume.
Personal details

Full name and contact details including address, telephone number(s) and email address.
Education and training

A summary of your education and training history, starting with your most recent studies, making sure you include all training that's relevant to the job you're applying for.
Employment history

Start with your most recent work history and work backwards chronologically, listing the name of the employer, your job title, the dates you worked there, and your responsibilities, tasks and achievements. Make sure you include everything that's relevant to the job. ...more
Answered by anil garg, 04 Jul '12 11:41 pm

 
  
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