Resume. Thursday , April 19th , 2018 - 07:10:45 AM
These days, finding a good job requires an individual to go the extra mile, to stand out from the competition. Unlike any other time in history, hundreds of thousands of students graduate from the best universities in the world, and all of these usually compete to fill the very few job vacancies available. Therefore, one of the ways to grab the attention of a potential employer is to have a very attractive CV, because this is likely to be the first form of encounter that they will have with you.
First off, be sure to eliminate all wording in your resume that you don't need, try to stay away from using too many slang and fluffy words that only tend to fill in the gaps and steer around the point. You want to make a strong statement that you mean business and you really want this job. Stick to action verbs that will announce and speak for you on your behalf. You need to set it up so that the resume is going in place of you and taking your spot in that chair, basically make your resume talk for you.
These days, there are so many fonts to choose from that it can get confusing as to which should be used for a resume. Moreover, some people use different fonts thinking that this makes their resumes look more interesting and original. On the contrary, it is strongly suggested that only one font - a fairly standard one - be used in writing or typing a resume. You'll notice that free resume examples almost always use only one common font, like Times New Roman, Arial, or Palatino, the usual font types used in business writing. Remember, your creativity will be tested during the interview and once you get hired, not on paper. Your traits and past work experiences should be enough to make a recruiter consider you as one of the top applicants, if not the top. Besides, what recruiters are looking for are candidates that possess the qualifications they are looking for, not candidates who have fancy letterheads.
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