What to Include in Your Resume?
Looking for a job—or looking for a better one?
Great way to start is to write a resume—comprehensive at that. The resume is where your future with work lies. Why? It gives employers the first impression of how fit you are on the job you are applying for.
Some job applicants, to be 100% sure of creating a sure-job resume, hire professional resume writers because they have the technical know-how. It means they have the precise format, pattern or design that will make you—or your resume —attractive to the eye of the employer. Most importantly, they are sure of their grammar. Correct English grammar can make or break your application. But you must remember, you still have the responsibility of providing them accurate and complete information.
Before or after hiring an expert resume writer, here is a resume checklist of necessary information to include:
- Your Name
- Current Address
- Phone Number
- Fax Number
- Email Address (include also your alternative email address, if you have one)
- Job Objective
- Educational Attainment
- Work History
- Computer Skills
- Organizations, Seminars or Lectures Attended
- Personal Data
Keep in mind also these seven useful tips:
- First and foremost, be honest of the information you’ve given them. Do not embellish your résumé. It might put you into embarrassment later.
- It may be the job of the resume writer to edit the data written, it is still your responsibility to have an initial proofreading. Remember, not every thing is known or familiar to the writer.
- Do not provide them your complete biography. Some personal data are unnecessary for your application. Keep it to a minimum.
- Include only organizations, seminars or lectures attended that would be of value to the job you are applying for.
- Do not include references. Give them only when asked.
- Do not include your expected salary.
- Lastly, brief is best. Some employers only look at the facts essential to the job application. Do not crowd your resume with unnecessary data.