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Sections of Resume

Thu, 15 Dec 2011 13:58:00 +0000

There are some basic sections of a resume. They are enumerated below:
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Resume Section
  • Objective
  • Work Experience
  • Educational Qualification
  • Co-curricular / Extra Activities
  • Personal Memorandum / Details
Objective: This section of resume is very important because it is a statement made by you about what you expect and want from the job. You should tell the employer why they should hire you, i.e. present such relevant points to the employer that you can offer.

Work / Educational Experience: As the name suggests, this resume section should talk about the professional, volunteering experience / educational qualifications, some special certification, etc. if you possess.

Co-curricular / Extra Activities: Give relevant information here, something that suits to the job you want. Irrelevant information will only create a negative image.

* Remember, it is nothing like 'longer the resume better it is.' This is a myth.

Personal Memorandum / Details: Your middle name, date of birth, gender, religion, mother tongue, marital status. This resume section is optional.




What is a Resume?

Thu, 15 Dec 2011 13:54:00 +0000

In simple terms a resume means a document that presents your academic and work experience details to the employer. It is used when one is applies for a job. In other words a resume is also known as curriculum vitae (CV).
The difference between the two words is that of its origin. Resume has its origin in French and CV in Latin.
Resume is the mirror image of your academic and professional experiences and achievements. It is the introduction of your self to the recruiter or the employer. It is on the basis of resume only that the recruiter and the employer come to know about you.
That is why is said that pay attention while writing the resume. Every resume should be catered to the employer’s requirements. The way you put your skills on resume is an important thing.

The resume has different sections and each section conveys different information about your professional being.



Resume Writing

Mon, 05 Dec 2011 11:21:00 +0000

Writing resumes has a lot of importance in the way your job application is considered by the employer or recruiter. The most important tip to follow while you present your resume to the employer is customizing it. Have a look at the requirements of the job profile or the profile of the company you are applying in. it will give a fair amount of idea as to what is useful and in what ways you can make it attractive to specific employers.
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Writing Resume

What candidates do not realize is that the resume is like a flyer that markets you as a professional. Getting into the professional arena requires proper presentation and appropriate marketing.

The most influential and pivotal factor for making a strong impression is supposedly the interview. But you can do the same through your resume too, and resume writing is the key to do it.





Introduction to Resume Website

Mon, 05 Dec 2011 09:55:00 +0000

In Best Resume Website Designs we have information on not only making resume website, maintaining it, updating content according to the recent trend and demand, but also guidelines and content on the following:
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Resume Website

·        Resume writing
·        Tips for making websites
·        Optimizing the content for better worldwide visibility
·        Information to keep you abreast with the latest trends
·        Guidelines to bring up and maintain your Page Rank
·        Customizing the website content for attracting readers