The Art of Writing a Perfect Resume – Allinfi

By | November 5, 2016

Today, We are going to learn to How to prepare a Perfect Resume writing, and Do’s & Dont’s With “Art of Writing a Perfect Resume” for a fresher and experienced person to step in the Job door…
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What is a Resume?

“Resumes are what people use to  get jobs, right?”

  • 1-2 page of summary describes

–your education, –skills, –accomplishments, and –experience.

PURPOSE – To get your foot in the door.

The purpose of your resume is to generate enough interest in you to have an employer contact you for an interview

Use your resume to obtain an  interview,  not a job.

How to Prepare an  Effective Resume?

Resume Essentials – “Self-Assessment on Paper

  • Outline –your skills, abilities, experience and extra-curricular activities
  • Decide on OBJECTIVE

Probable sections in Resume 

Name & Address

  • All your contact information should go at the top of your resume.
  • Avoid nicknames.
  • Address
  • Telephone No. – Include STD Code
  • Choose an e-mail address that sounds professional

Ex:  stylish.ravi@example.com, chinnu.sam@example.com (Don’t use these emails for resume)

Objective

  • Define your dream under this title
  • It must be very clear, Precise, Crispy
  • E.g.- To obtain an entry-level position within a financial institution requiring strong analytical and organizational skills.

Personal profile/information – (Mention this if required)

  • Date of Birth
  • Permanent Address
  • Nationality (For International Jobs)
  • Languages knew ( For regional locations -Marketing/HR jobs)

Professional Experience

  • It should move from present to the past
  • Include: –Title of Position, Name of Organization, Location of work (town, state), Dates of employment, and Describe your work responsibilities with emphasis on specific skills and achievements.

Use “PAR” statements – “Problem-Action-Results

  • –first you state the problem that existed in your  workplace,–then you describe what you did about it, and–finally, you point out the beneficial results.

Example:

Transformed a disorganized, inefficient warehouse into a smooth–  running operation by totally redesigning the layout; this saved the  company thousands of dollars in recovered stock.”

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Academic profile

  • It should move from present to the past
  • It should contain Year, Name of Institute and Area of Specialization, and academic honors.

Training & Projects

  • Clearly describe– What you did, What the result was
  • Use Numbers, Figures, and Percentages

Interests/ Hobbies & Achievements

  • Do Classification (if required – Based on the job you apply)

Tip: Highlight your skills and characteristics on the resume and cover letter.

Remember

! Don’t expect to get it right the first time. Remember practice makes one perfect!

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