Do's and Don't's for Resumes:
· Your resume should be neat andclean, and not over crowded.
· It should be easy to read. Use a11 point font size, and the amount of information that is bold or underlinedshould enhance readability, not overwhelm the reader.
· Bulletor bold the information where fit.
· The resume should be between oneand three pages in length.
· Present an accurate image and bepositive about yourself.
· Seek a balance- don't pile yourresume with information, but at the same time include only so much informationthat the employer is eager to learn more.
· Always follow a backward orderwhen listing past jobs, education, awards etc (i.e. from the latest to thefirst).
· Stress accomplishments. Includefigures to support claims.
· Place education at the endunless there is a special reason to put it up front.
· Don't include salaryrequirements, unless asked to.
· Unless specifically asked to,don't include reference letters. Just the names and addresses of referenceswould suffice. Reference requests are made when there is actual hiring interest,not before.
· Don't use pronouns,abbreviations, conjunctions, jargon or buzzwords unless the terms are widelyknown and accepted as in the case of brand names such as ACC or IBM, ororganisations such as WHO.
· You should always explainabbreviations in brackets, for example GGU (Guru Ghasidas University).
· End resume with the followingformat:
"Theabove information, to the best of my knowledge, is correct and true. No attemptshave been made to falsify details."
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