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Top 5 Tips to Know When Making a Resume

Monday, April 4, 2022

What if we told you that a well-curated resume is all that stands between you and your dream job? For most job applicants, their resumes can be game-changers. Your resume will be the first glimpse of your personality, experience, and skills for the hiring manager.


Here are our Top 5 resume tips for you to make the best first impression and land an interview:


1. Stick to relevant information

We understand the urge to compile your whole life story and title it your “Resume.” Unfortunately, the hiring manager will probably only have a few seconds to skim through your application. It’s important to stick to the most important information to maximize the chance of having your resume stand out.


Some of the most relevant to include in your resume are:

  • Contact Information
  • Experience
  • Education
  • Skills
  • Certifications and Licenses


2. Highlight your skills and experience

When it comes to relevant information, it is important to highlight your skills and experience.


Try to add relevant hard and soft skills and order them by either proficiency or relevance to the role you are applying for.


Your experience should include the companies you worked for, the dates you worked there, the job titles, and a brief description of your duties for each entry.


3. Stay consistent with your layout

All good-looking resumes have one factor in common – a consistent layout. No one likes to see the use of multiple fonts that are all differently sized. A professional resume should have clear headings, ample use of white space, and easy-to-read fonts.


4. Think beyond job duties

Your personality should shine through in your resume. Listing your experiences outside your job will help you stand apart. You could include your volunteering activities and hobbies that add more character to an already well-structured resume. Your personality is just as important as your job skills.


5. Proofread

Writing a resume is only half the work. The other half, often overlooked, is proofreading. Always check for spelling, grammar, and punctuation once you finish writing the resume.

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