Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV) is considered as the most important tool to market and brand ourselves. We as a job seekers tend to present our skills, knowledge, and experience in a way that grasp the attention of the employer.
It does not matter how skilled or experienced we are, the most important thing is to present and write about ourselves in a total perfect catchy way. In the following few line, Talents Hunters will tackle all the aspects that shall be known about CV writing.
While writing your resume, it is important to bear in mind to write things in order. Besides, there are main points that shall be tackled which are:
Stating your objectives: It is worth mentioning that having and stating a clear objective, is the core of having a good resume. It is like a brief overall summary about your skills and experience. However, it shall answer the employer’s question “Why shall I hire you in this position and what makes you different?”,
Contact Information: like phone number and e-mail address,
Educational qualification, computer skills, and interpersonal skills,
Showing and listing the relevant required skills,
Excerpts of your previous work: If you have worked before and have a previous experience. It will be a catchy step to present and take excerpts of your previous work and put it in your resume; even by putting “links” that directs to it or taking “screenshot” and put it in your Resume. Besides, if you have a professional LinkedIn profile, it will be that great to highlight it in your CV.
Testimonials: It gives a good impression about you when the recruiter reads words about you from previous employers. It is another good way to show how skilled and professional you are.
References: meaning when exactly you are available and can start working
Also, there are things that are not preferred or useful to be highlighted in the resume:
Your Marital Status
Having and writing a presentable Curriculum Vitae is what opens the way of recruitment for you and getting hired. That’s why, it is vital to write it in a total skilled way to present your skills and experience in a way that attract the attention of the employer. Besides, knowing what shall be highlighted and what shall not be mentioned.