Resume. Sunday , April 15th , 2018 - 09:49:34 AM
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.
On any one you observe, you should never find an objective that is too vague. The employer will want to know exactly what you are looking for and the skills you are hoping to utilize. This is not to say you should sound inflexible, but giving specific examples of what you can bring to the company and what you would like to get in return will be a much better way to go. Another common mistake that should not be made is the use of personal articles and pronouns. These do not fit well in a business communication. For example, if you are pointing out an improvement or accomplishment from a former position, you would not want to say \" I increased the revenue by 25% in a six-month time period,\" but would want to word it thusly: \"Increased revenue by 25% in six months' time.\"
Always stick to a generalized type face such as Arial or Times New Roman. Keep your font size to 10 or 12. You can use 10 for the body of the resume and the introduction, and if you please use a slightly larger size for the header which will include your name, address, phone number, email address and any other contact information. This will provide an easy view if the employer needs to look at the resume at a glance. Always make sure you proofread and even have a trusted secretary thoroughly look over your completed resume. As much as you think things have turned out perfect, someone else can always locate a simple mistake, and lets face it, we all make them.
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