Soft Skills

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10 Tips for Resume WritingHaving a solid and effective resume can greatly improve your chances of landing that ‘Dream Job.’ Your resume is like a or advertising of product, so your resume is a look like sell yourself document. However it does not mean that you lie. The coolest tip is to present yourself more effectively as compared to other job seekers.

1. First write a cover letter in your resume

This resolves the primitive questions on how & whyyour profile fits their requirements. Cover letter is the key to get attention of employer to your resume because mammoth number of resume comes for one job opening.


2.
Avoid the first person pronoun (“I”, “he” or “she”)

Instead of this: I demonstrated professionalism, tact, and diplomacy while I worked with our customers in high-pressure situations.

Write this: Demonstrated professionalism, tact, and diplomacy while working with customers in high-pressure situations.


3.  Use phrases rather than full sentences when phrases are possible, and start sentences with verbs

Instead of this: I was involved in the creation and implementation of statistical reports for a large metropolitan hospital, which required the use of spreadsheet software for cost analysis and, in addition, the creation of a database to track patient visits.

Write this: Created and implemented statistical reports for large metropolitan hospital. Analyzed costs with spreadsheet software. Created database to track patient visits.


4. Use bulleted format

  • Created and implemented statistical reports for large metropolitan hospital.
  • Analyzed costs with spreadsheet software.
  • Created database to track patient visits.

5. Your resume should never be more than one or two pages.


6. One resume not for every employer

One of the most common mistakes that people make is to create a standard resume and send it to all the job openings that they can find. Tailor your resume for each employer. The same point applies to your cover letters.


7. Careful with sample resume templates & Please Don’t “CUT ,COPY & PASTE“ without understanding.

Do not just copy and paste one of the most used ones. You certainly don’t want to look just like any other candidate. You may also find yourself in a big trouble sometimes if you have not paid attention towards customized editing of your resume.  


8. Format Your Resume Wisely

No matter how well written, your resume won't get a thorough reading the first time through. Generally a resume gets scanned for 25 seconds. Scanning is more difficult if it is hard to read, poorly organized or exceeds two pages.

  • Use a logical format and wide margins, clean type and clear headings
  • Selectively apply bold and italic typeface that help guide the reader's eye
  • Use bullets to call attention to important points (i.e. accomplishments)


9. Never use negative words in your resume.

     Avoided, Failed, Tired, Argued, Lost, Withdrew, Nearly, Couldn’t, Relied etc.


10. Use most of the space of your resume for Experiences & Skills you have.