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Resume is the short account of one's career ad qualifications to represent yourself before the employer before meeting them in person.
There are some points of consideration while framing it for effectively forming the same.

Resume is the short account of one's career ad qualifications to represent yourself before the employer before meeting them in person.
There are some points of consideration while framing it for effectively forming the same.

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The art of Resume writing.pptx

  1. 1. DO’S & DON’T’S OF RESUME WRITING SUBMITTED TO : SUBMITTED BY : DR. KANIKA GARG ISHVINDER KAUR ASST. PROF. MBA - PREVIOUS T.I.M.T. ROLL NO. - 202118
  2. 2. WHAT IS A RESUME ? A Resume is a formal document that a job applicant creates to itemize their qualifications for a position. Usually paired with a cover letter, a resume helps you demonstrate your abilities and convince employers that you are qualified and hireable. It acts as a marketing tool that job seekers use to communicate their value to employers.
  3. 3. WHY DO YOU NEED A RESUME ? Outlines your relevant skills and experience. Quick but lasting first impression. Summarize your career aspirations Matches you to the position. Grabs you an interview. This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA-NC
  4. 4. DO’S OF RESUME WRITING Do write a concise resume. Do customize your resume accordingly. Do highlight your achievements Do include your contact details. Do mention relevant soft skills. Use professional wording
  5. 5. DO’S OF RESUME WRITING • Do start with action words. • Do include numbers. • Do use bullet points. • Do opt for reverse chronological order. • Do add a summary statement. • Do proofread and proofread again.
  6. 6. DON’T’S OF RESUME WRITING Don’t use a complicated resume template. 1 Don’t use passive voice. 2 Don’t misrepresent yourself. 3 Don’t overdo fonts or colors. 4 Don’t get too personal. 5 Don’t list your high- school. 6
  7. 7. CASE STUDY : TAILOR YOUR RESUME TO EACH JOB When Glover Lawrence was searching for his next job several years ago, he started by dreaming up the ideal position. “I asked myself what attributes, roles, and responsibilities I wanted,” he explains. He even crafted a job description for that made-up role using snippets of actual postings he’d seen, then drafted a resume to fit it. As a senior executive, he doubted he’d find work through public job listings. “It was going to happen through my network,” he says. So he also created a one-page version of his resume to use in networking meetings and to send to contacts who had offered to help him. It included a one-line summary, five notable accomplishments, a list of the companies he’d worked for and the titles he held at each, one line about his education, and then a brief “Career Focus” section that described the types of jobs he was seeking. He also developed a longer, more traditional resume to use when he formally applied for a position. “I tailored it to the company based on where I was in the process, what I knew about the people there, and the company culture,” he says. “Having the right resume for each specific opportunity, as tedious as it was, was important to me.” For his LinkedIn profile, he created yet another version, presenting the same information but in a more conversational tone. Over his months-long search, Glover sent out over 50 resumes and met with over 100 people. His hard work paid off and he landed a job very similar to the one he’d dreamed about.

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