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Old 25th March 2008, 10:57 AM   #1
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Icon1 Hot Tips for Making Winning Resume.

Keep your objective brief, to the point and in line with your education and experience. Never exaggerate your qualifications, skills in your resume. This will make your job search more efficient and help recruiters find your resume online. If you lie, it is quite likely that your exaggerations will be exposed during a background check or in the interview. Not only will you be risking immediate removal from the candidate pool, but it might taint your reputation in the industry.

You should prioritize your accomplishments and skills on your resume according to impressiveness, uniqueness and relevance to the prospective position. Don't bury the skill or job experience that would be most likely to impress a recruiter. Resumes are scanned quickly, so a recruiter may move on to the next resume if you lead your resume with an irrelevant skill.

Do not over write your resume with out of place big words and endless text; leave spaces and lines between each section to make for easy reading.

You should use bulleted sentences, not paragraphs, to describe your work experience in your resume. Resumes are read quickly, and bulleted sentences are much easier for a recruiter to read than long paragraphs. The bulleted sentences in your resume should also begin with action words, such as "developed," "initiated," or "managed." Action words add strength to your resume.

Stay focused in your field. Summarize your qualifications and experience related to your field, do not list odd jobs, training's and courses.

Be sure to proofread your resume before submitting it to a prospective employer. Use your word processing software's grammar and spell-checker to find any obvious mistakes. Ask a friend or colleague look over your resume and give you their opinion on its structure or style.

Try to use specific key words in your resume related to your field when posting it online. This allows employers and recruiters to easily find you when searching for your talents, skills, expertise and education.

Avoid mentioning hobbies and interests when writing your resume. Hobbies and interests often aren't relevant to the position you're applying for. Concentrate on describing your key experience and skills.
This is just a glimpse of what goes into making a winner of a resume. You can refer to some useful books which give handy tips and valuable guidance on how to build a winning resume.
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Here are some Tips:
1. Correctly Identify and market your skills.
2. Analyze Job ADs to identify top skills employers need
3. Prove how your Skills Slove those needs.
4. Replace week Title with skills that match the job
5. Write powerful content to quantify achievements
6. Use Design to direct attention & sells in seconds
7. Graph resume title and skill to determine if they make your image go up, down or match the image of the job you want!
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Old 27th February 2010, 08:27 AM   #3
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Thanks for the tips, but it resume the most important contents you should put are..
1. Personal Information
2. Education Attainment
3. Work Experience
4. Character references.
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Old 3rd March 2010, 05:37 PM   #4
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Here are some Tips:
1. Correctly Identify and market your skills.
2. Analyze Job ADs to identify top skills employers need
3. Prove how your Skills Slove those needs.
4. Replace week Title with skills that match the job
5. Write powerful content to quantify achievements
6. Use Design to direct attention & sells in seconds
7. Graph resume title and skill to determine if they make your image go up, down or match the image of the job you want!

I like your tips. I wish you could write for us a little bit more.Thanks
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Old 27th March 2010, 05:51 PM   #5
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Well, so nice tips & tricks for a successes resume.
Resumes presents the actual view what you are up to. It should be having clean writing without unnecessary.
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I need more details for how to make good resume with no experience...
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