Posted by: admin in Computers and Internet,General,Investment,Services on September 11th, 2013

There are some tips that we have to consider while writing a Resume, as it is the best source that creates an impact about us to the interview holders and also the first step of us after completing our studies. I came across some of the ResumeEdge resume blog earlier when I didn’t know how to write a resume effectively. As far as my knowledge is concerned, the professional resume should contain some buzz words that makes the resume looks fresh, and should have the sense of how the job market works and how hiring managers think. Most people get the job with out professional help, whether legal, taxes or resumes.

To have a decent resume, you need something to put on it, something to get attention.  I try to tell young kids that a resume is not about format, it about what you have done with your life.

If you are starting out, be thinking of your resume all the time.  Volunteer your time to an effort you can support and believe in (Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Salvation Army, your church).  If you contribute, not only do you have an item to add to your resume, you have worked now with people that can help you with things like references, and perhaps even job tips and hints.  And believe in the idea that “what goes around comes around”.  If you do good things, good things will come back to you (don’t ask me how, but it just does).

A good resume will reflect a good life story.  It will be better than “I hung out, played video games, watched TV, and lived at Mom’s until I was 30….

 

Continue with your education.  Take a class if you are out of school, anything, something you enjoy.  A note on a resume indicating continuing education is an indicator of someone who is always improving themselves.  Your list of education cannot stop with High School or college, it should go on.