Before writing or updating your CV or resume, you may have three questions: How big will my resume be? How do I show all my skills on one page? What will I exclude and emphasize any information?
Even a few years ago, the job applicants used to follow an indispensable rule, that there should be no more than one page of any biography. But now the job seekers can not trust the rule. And the easy way to overcome this confusion is to use common sense or instincts.
If you are currently graduating or have a five-year work experience or are thinking of a complete change in careers, then generally a page’s revision is sufficient. However, for some technical and executive candidates, it is necessary to describe the experience, so that they can write multiple page biographies. If the work experience is more than five years old and you have many successes, you may need at least two pages to write a biography for you. But to keep the CV short, you need to remember something:
CV is not written in autobiography: In writing your biography, do not confuse the employer by writing autobiographies. Because a large number of citations are submitted to the authorities. And among them the first time the employers chose good citations from bad ones. Initially, the eligible candidates are selected. The more people whose biographies are attractive, the likelihood of choosing them will increase. And so, in this preliminary selection phase, your resume has to be passed. That is why looking at your biography, ask yourself a few questions:
Will the employers understand my eligibility in 10/15 seconds?
* I have written all the important information on one page to another page?
* Am I able to accurately highlight my qualifications and qualities at the beginning of the first page?
Exhibit Qualifications: Yes, to prove yourself as a worthy candidate for the desired position, you must first highlight the main qualifications in your resume. If the MBA degree is a critical qualification for your career, then mention this information obtained at the beginning of the journal, not at the end of the biographies.
If the biography goes up, then the simplest way to highlight your main qualifications and qualities is to add a ‘Career Summary’ to the first page at the beginning of the biography. In this case, you must have the echo of your career.
Update the biography of the editors’ view: Many are proud of their career. And many people like to mention their achievements or achievements in the cosmos. However, there is no need to report all achievements in the citation. Only those that are related to your potential job should be mentioned. And so you have to be prudent and thoughtful. Edit to see if the correct biography has been created. Do not raise the CV with unnecessary information. If necessary, show a resume to a colleague or help someone who is experienced in writing a biography.
Do not give the same information again and again: Do not repeat the same information in the resume of cigarettes. In this regard, it may be a cause of annoyance for the employers to become cognizant as well as grow older. When you apply for the position, emphasize the achievements without repeatedly describing your job type as you update your biography.
Take the old skills out: Employers are more interested in what you have done recently or what success has achieved. If your work history is too big, take a special look at the last 10 to 15 years. If the career skills are currently needed, then do not write down the details and put them in the cabinets in a few words.
Do not add irrelevant information: Try to ignore your hobbies, marriage information, these. These will not be considered as your eligibility for work in the office. Also, exclude previous unnecessary technical skills. Because they do not have the same value.
Do not write anything about the scope of work: In other offices, there is no need to write in detail about the type of work or type of work you have. In this case, create a brief paragraph, which is a little bit gives a sense of your duties or work coverage. And make a list of the biggest achievements you have done before.