On average, out of every 200 resumes, only one applicant is granted an interview. By following these suggestions, you can avoid some of the most common mistakes and possibly land the job.
This is your chance to detail what you’re looking for an employer. Narrow your objective down to a specific position and get straight to the point, leading into why you’re the best candidate for the job.
Here is where you list your qualifications. Be sure to list qualities that are relevant to the position and impress the interviewer without overdoing it. If you’re applying for a sales position, your auto-mechanics certificate doesn’t need to be mentioned.
While it’s a good idea to list of your previous jobs, you especially want to highlight those that relate to the position in question. Omit any insignificant or brief gaps that may indicate that you you’re a job-hopper.
In general, all great resumes are composed of two sections. In the first part you’ll list abilities and achievements that represent your qualifications. In the section second is where you back up these assertions with solid evidence in the way of your employment history and attributes.