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RESUME WRITING SAMPLES
   Experienced candidate resume sample
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Fresher candidate resume sample
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Put the most important information first:  This point is valid both to the overall order of your resume, as well as to the individual sections. If  your qualification is most important for your profile, then please mention that on first page, similarly if experience, then mention that first in your resume. If your previous work experience will be the most important part of the resume, then put it at the top. When describing your experiences or skills, list the most important ones first.
Typography(Fonts, Font size) and using bullets:  First of all make sure that your fonts are big enough. The smaller you should go is 11 points, but 12 is probably safer. Do not use capital letters all over the place, remember that your goal is to communicate a message as fast and as clearly as possible. Arial and Times are good choices Use bullet points.No employer will have the time (or patience) to read long paragraphs of text. Make sure, therefore, to use bullet points and short sentences to describe your experiences, educational background and professional objectives

Explain the benefits of your skills: 
Merely stating that you can do something will not catch the attention of the employer. If you manage to explain how it will benefit his company, and to connect it to tangible results, then you will greatly improve your chances.

Achievements instead of responsibilities:  Resumes that include a long list of “responsibilities included…” are plain boring, and not efficient in selling yourself. Instead of listing responsibilities, therefore, describe your professional achievements

Back up your qualities and strengths:  
Instead of creating a long (and boring) list with all your qualities (e.g., disciplined, creative, problem solver) try to connect them with real life and work experiences. In other words, you need to back these qualities and strengths up, else it will appear that you are just trying to inflate things.

Work history:  
It is important to be concise and pointed. Back up the statements made in the summary of qualifications with information that demonstrates how you used your skills and how they benefited your previous employers. Here, too, it is vital to remember your target, choosing and arranging information so that it will highlight your most relevant abilities and background.

Education and Training     Give brief information that includes the level (e.g., diploma, bachelors, etc.), kind (e.g., arts, science, etc.), and area (i.e. major and/or concentration) of degree(s) that you possess as well as the awarding institution and location.

Finally-Personal information:   Personal information - DOB, marital status, Contact details,etc
References are rarely included because they are submitted at a later stage in the process when mutual interest has been established between you and the employer.
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