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how to write a resume

Whether you are actively seeking a new job, or just want to refresh your existing resume, this page will guide you through the step needed to make your resume stand out from the crowd.The resume is a tool with one specific purpose: to win an interview. If it does what the fantasy resume did, it works. If it doesn't, it isn't an effective resume.A great resume doesn't just tell them what you have done but makes the same assertion that all good ads do: If you buy this product, you will get these specific, direct benefits. It presents you in the best light. It convinces the employer that you have what it takes to be successful in this new position or career.

A Typical Resume should have the following sections.

Contact Information


You will need to include all of your contact information, including your name, address, telephone and/or cell phone number, and email address.

Objective Statement


Here's where you get to tell the employer what you'd like to do. Whatever the type of position you are seeking, make sure it's clear.

Work Employment History


Starting with your most recent position (including the job you have now, if applicable) list the jobs you've had in descending order. Make sure you list the title and the duration and dates you were employed at the company or organization.

Projects


This is probably the most important section of your resume if you are in the technology field. The employer will probably be looking at the nature of work you have done, the duration of projects and your role in it. Make sure to mention the tools and technologies used in your project if you can. Be careful not to expose projects that you should not, you can skip the name and mention the nature of work and the tools used in that case to make sure you get the attention of your employer. if this section is good, you are probably going to get an interview call also.

Education Information


This section of your resume will be especially important if you are a new graduate or someone changing careers. You should include the name of the school, dates of attendance, and degree attained.

Optional Sections


A resume can have many optional sections like Professional Associations, Affiliations, Skills, Achievements and Refrences depending on the candidate. if you have any of these they should be mentioned.

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