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sumi111 sumi
Jan 18, 2022
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Not only check this on the computer screen but also on a printed copy. There are Job Title Email List occasions when what you see on the screen is not what ends up on the paper. Another important point that can sabotage an otherwise excellent Job Title Email List resume is spelling and/or grammar. Don't just rely on "spell check" but review and re-read your resume several times. Have someone who is good at spelling and grammar proofread your resume before Job Title Email List you send it out. It would be terrible to lose a chance for a great job because you misspelled a few words. Try to keep your resume to a one page document. If you have a lot of work Job Title Email List history you can add a second page if it is necessary. If you think you need a second page, ask yourself if the older history is really relevant to this job search. Often, it is not and can be omitted. Keep your points simple Job Title Email List and concise. This is not a time to write an eloquent essay on your work history, full of long adjectives and descriptors. Each of your employers and job function should have a brief description of what your job junction was and a few bullet points of your major accomplishments. Job Title Email List Let's look at the various elements of a resume and what should be covered. This particular format is one I like but the basic elements are the same in most Job Title Email List formats. The Heading The heading should include your name and contact information (address, telephone number and email address). I prefer it centered across the top of the page. You do not have to put "Resume Of" as this is assumed and is a waste of space. Objective The only time I use an objective line on a resume is when it is being sent for a specific job opening. Then I put the specific job title as the objective. On all other generic resumes I do not use this line because it Job Title Email List may limit your options.
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