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Todays Featured Article : 4 Tips For Writing Your Resume – Some Key Points

There are several tips for writing a resume that will help you get past the first level in the job application process. A good resume will help you get to the interview process, if all the steps are taken properly. But the list of tips for writing a resume will fill a whole book, literally. Many books have been written on this subject, most of them containing excellent advice.

But it might be more productive to concentrate on a few of the basic tips for writing a resume, leaving some of the finer points to the experts who work face to face with people. So, where do we start?

•The first decision to do is this: Should they try a full resume of several pages or stick with what has become known as a qualifications brief? Committing to one or the other will help eliminate doubts and allow the applicant to compile an organized and focused document.

•After deciding which kind of resume or brief to commit to, the next step is usually to gather the information. While this may seem simple, it is an important step in the resume process. Many experts and job application advisers put significant emphasis on advance preparation. Just because you have a good memory and think you can put all of your education, experience and activities on paper does not mean you will do that when the time comes. Take plenty of time to jot down notes, gather certificates and other documents. Put together a well-organized file of all the information you need to build a great resume.

•Check any guidebook on tips for writing a resume and you will find some version of the two ideas above, as well as this tip: Try to focus on what the company really needs, not just on showing the personnel manager or company supervisor how wonderful your background is. One of the keys to a successful resume process (and one of the most difficult) is to blend personal experience and education with the needs of the business or person doing the hiring. Sometimes these needs are plainly stated in an advertisement or other information available to the applicant. Sometimes this is only discovered when the applicant does some research or asks a few specific questions.

•Another key item on the list of tips for writing a good resume: Do not begin the resume process thinking that you have no work experience. This will only make for a poor resume or qualifications brief. In fact, everyone has something to offer. The key is to learn what you alone can do well and find the position in which to use those skills.

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