Resume writing tips and tricks
Updated: Jun 12, 2021
Resume is the reflection of a candidate’s personality and work done all over the years. When you appear for any interview, your resume creates an impression about you. Therefore your resume should be built in such a way that it speaks all that you want the interviewer to know about yourself.
Always save your resume with your name and in PDF format. Keep your resume as short as
possible. Try to keep it within one page or maximum of one and half page.
Put only technologies which you know and projects you have done. Even if you are adding
some extra stuff, make sure that you have some basic knowledge about it so that you could
answer the related questions.
Focus on the technical skills and project you have done.
If you have an account in different online job tracking sites, then be sure that all the fields
of the resume are completely filled that are present in the resume builder.
Mention all those achievements that you want the interviewer to know about you
Avoid negativity. Manipulate words to express even you weaknesses.
Never add any kind of pictures in resume. Keep it simple
Don’t flood your resume with only tables or text. Amalgamation of both would be better.
Make the design flow with white space.
Make sure that your resume is concise and to the point. It should be informal.
Resume sent to any HR must include
Subject: Should include which position of the organization you are applying for.
Body: a short description in 2 lines about yourself, technical knowledge and pass
Footer: name, number and email id.
Some key points that should be considered while creating a resume are as follows:
Your resume should include
Certification (if any)
Achievement(very important or outstanding