What is a Resume andwhy is it so Important
A resume is a one- to two-page documentsummarising your career objectives, professionalexperiences and achievements, and e...
- A career objective should give your potential  employers and idea of how you wish to move       forward in your professi...
A profile/summary should includeinformation on some of the positions            you’ve held
Professional experience should include information on some of the position              you’ve held
Achievements, volunteer positions and    interests should only be listed
References should be listed if requested
Your resume represents you to prospectiveemployers. A great resume will make you    stand out from other candidates.
Make sure that your resume is errorfree – double check your grammar and                spelling
Make sure that your resume is       formatted well
A well-written resume can make a differencebetween being stuck at your current job andgetting an interview to land the job...
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What is a Resume and why is it so Important

  1. 1. What is a Resume andwhy is it so Important
  2. 2. A resume is a one- to two-page documentsummarising your career objectives, professionalexperiences and achievements, and educational background
  3. 3. - A career objective should give your potential employers and idea of how you wish to move forward in your professional life
  4. 4. A profile/summary should includeinformation on some of the positions you’ve held
  5. 5. Professional experience should include information on some of the position you’ve held
  6. 6. Achievements, volunteer positions and interests should only be listed
  7. 7. References should be listed if requested
  8. 8. Your resume represents you to prospectiveemployers. A great resume will make you stand out from other candidates.
  9. 9. Make sure that your resume is errorfree – double check your grammar and spelling
  10. 10. Make sure that your resume is formatted well
  11. 11. A well-written resume can make a differencebetween being stuck at your current job andgetting an interview to land the job of your dreams

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