How to write Successful Resume-Quick Review

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How to write Successful Resume-Quick Review

  1. 1. Writing a Successful Resume<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br /><ul><li>What is Resume?
  3. 3. Why do you need Resume?
  4. 4. Resume Layout
  5. 5. Resume Do’s
  6. 6. Resume Don’ts</li></li></ul><li>What is Resume?<br />The resume is a well presented 1-2 page summary of your background and credentials.<br />A resume is not all-embracing; it should be targeted to a particularjob in a particular field.<br />The sole purpose of your resume is to effectively sell your credentials for the purpose of employment. <br />
  7. 7. Why do you need Resume?<br />Self Marketing Tool<br />Resumes are<br />Personal Ad<br />Job Skills Showcase<br />“Value Added” to Future Employer<br />
  8. 8. Resume Layout<br />Section<br />What Employees are looking for? <br />Your identity and to contact you<br />Header<br />To check if their requirement and your objective match<br />Objective<br />To check if you have the basic qualification for the job/<br />internship you are applying for<br />Education<br />To see if you have done anything that reflects your potential capability. Also, to see how different are you from your peers<br />Practical<br />Experience/<br />Projects<br />How equipped are you in terms of your personality traits as<br />well as occupational skills<br />Skills<br />Is there anything else significant and relevant you want to<br />showcase, that will add value to your resume<br />Other <br />(Not in Order)<br />
  9. 9. Resume Do’s<br />Use reverse chronology (the most recent position is your first entry) to organize your education and experience. <br />Think of your resume as an ad for your qualifications, not an autobiography.<br />Show the reader why you’re a good match for a particular job. <br />Format your resume clearly and begin each bullet point with a verb. <br />Proofread many times and also Ask others to look at your resume. <br />Included paid and unpaid experience to demonstrate the range of what you’ve done. <br />Make several resumes, with each one targeting a particular field. <br />
  10. 10. Resume Don'ts<br />Make your reader dig for information.<br />Tell everything you’ve ever done. <br />Use incomplete sentences<br />Include personal information, such as age, race, marital or health status. <br />Make your resume too dense, busy or cute.<br />Use a font smaller than 10 point.<br />Use fancy fonts that are hard to read. <br />
  11. 11. Presenter: Mission Solutions<br />About Mission Solutions<br />Mission Solutions,(MS) is a well established, professionally managed, Executive Search firm in the Permanent Staffing of some of the top talent with its clients in the IT, Telecom, FMCG, Financial Services, Banking, Real Estate and Manufacturing Industries, amongst others and committed to providing superior value-added service to both our clients and our trainees. We aim to act as a bridge between job seekers and recruiters and help in building a long lasting and mutually profitable professional relationship among them.<br />Get in touch with Mission Solutions<br />www.missionsolutions.in<br />
  12. 12. Reference<br />http://www.slideshare.net/vk1003/resume-writing-final-presentation<br />http://www.slideshare.net/Twenty19/resume19-smart-resume-making-guide-for-students-and-fresheres<br />

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