How To Make A Resume For First Job
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By morgan ⋅ March 3, 2011 ⋅ Post a comment
Resume! If there is anything constant in your ever-changing work life, it is this document. You may be at the top-most ladder of your organisation and may not need your experience certificates of the past. Even references would cease being important but resumes – now that is one thing you would never want to mess up. And the first resume is like your first kiss, wherein your visual and theoretical experiences or learning suffer a stroke. Writing a first resume is like writing your first alphabet. Remember that cluelessness and apprehension when you wrote your first “A”. What if you wrote it wrong? Wouldn’t that mean the teacher would dislike you? Well, the teacher may not dislike you for a wrong alphabet but your interviewers are highly likely to give you a pass if your resume is not well written. Agreed, that you don’t have any work experience but that doesn’t mean your resume has to be blank. You cannot make a multi-coloured resume but that doesn’t call for a bland one either. Your first resume must be professional and crisp yet attractive. And it can be, if you follow the tips as under.
Writing Your First Resume
Being a fresher doesn’t mean that your resume is just a paper that just lists the academic qualification that you have earned throughout your life. It still is a snapshot of you and your personality. Here are a few tips that would surely help you in writing your very first snapshot called resume.
Keep It Simple
Your resume should be distinguished with its simplicity and grace. You cannot make your resume like a Hawaii brochure to attract attention. It will only earn you a negative impression.
No, this is not Hollywood and you are not Reese Witherspoon. You can’t even think of a glossy, colored and scented paper for a resume unless you are applying for a media job. Stick to heavy and good-quality white A4 sheets.