Laura Garbers
9 months ago

Few Tips on How to Prepare Impressive Resumes

A job search usually starts with a professional resume CV. The American English word "Resume" is synonymously used for the Latin word "curriculum vitae". Resumes bear an account of the applicant's educational qualifications and previous work experience in brief. They are otherwise referred to as job resumes and are used when applying for job vacancies. A resume CV is the only thing which can draw the attention of a prospective employer thereby creating a good first impression. Therefore everyone should prepare a resume CV that presents their skills, experience and knowledge in an effective manner. Sometimes, changes should be made to resumes to match well with the requirements of jobs on offer. The ideal time for preparation of the resume CV is the concluding phase of our degree studies. Most colleges have provision for campus recruitment, for which students have to furnish resumes. A resume CV should be appealing to readers. If the person scrutinising your resume is a very busy person and has to go through hundreds of applications to select the right person for the job , then your resume should have something extra to catch his attention easily. Thus your resume CV should be unique in appearance as well as quality of content. An impressive resume can help you get a much better job offer. However, resume writing is not an easy task either and may seem tough when doing it for the first time. A resume CV can be treated as a marketing tool for the applicant that will help him/her look good to the prospective employer. Therefore it is necessary to write a well prepared and professional document.

Here are few tips on writing impressive resumes:

  1. Never prepare a resume in a hurried manner. Make a careful self-assessment and include only necessary points in your CV.
  2. Present facts in a lucid manner that will give the impression to the employer that you are the person who can deliver best results under every circumstance.
  3. Try to avoid writing too much in your CV except the most important details.
  4. Write resumes in superior quality white bond paper.
  5. Use a computer or to write the CV
  6. Don't submit handwritten resumes unless you are asked to do so.
  7. Keep your resume CV precise so that one can quickly go through it.
  8. As far as possible keep the CV layout clean and clear.
  9. A single font should be used throughout when writing your resume.
1 Comment
Ashley Wilson

Thank you so much for sharing this Laura!