Overview Of A Resume
To secure an interview by conveying information which will stimulate employer interest
A resume should be a nice accompaniment to the cover letter. The resume also serves as a calling card and reference resource for the employer, and well as making the process of setting an interview much easier.
A resume should include your educational background, training, and course highlights. Do not forget to include related work experience together with: volunteer work, honors, activities, and awards. Also
mention in your resume that references will be available upon request to
- Collect and organize material
- Select categories
- Write rough draft
- Evaluate and revise
- Get second opinion
- Draft final copy
A resume should have an attractive layout with ample margins and suitable spacing. The resume should be free of grammatical and typographical errors
A resume should be typed with professional fonts (such as Times New Roman and Arial) and printed on quality paper.