are the building blocks of Resume?
there are different resume formats, there are some rules that apply no
- Be clear
and concise (1-2 pages maximum)
- Be honest
about your experience and goals (but present them in the best possible
what you can do and what you've learned
- Be neat--no
typos, smudges, etc.
forget to proofread it! We can't over-emphasize the need to proofread
your resume--and better yet, have someone else proofread it, such as
an English teacher or guidance counselor. Two sets of eyes are better
than one--your proofreader may catch mistakes that you missed--but an
employer won't miss.
with grammar mistakes or misspellings or even uneven margins often get
your resume clearly shows the following information:
- Name Address
Phone number E-mail address (if you've got one)
history (including dates)
- Job objective
forget to include volunteer work, work and school awards and honors,
notable skills--employers are interested in all of these. Make the most
of your experience. Be proud of what you've done in the past. This helps
make a positive impression.
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