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How To Write Resume in English (Tips)
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How To Write Resume in English


Here's
How:



1.
First, take notes on your work experience - both paid and
unpaid, full time and part time. Write down your responsibilities, job title
and company information. Include everything!


2.
Take notes on your education. Include degree or certificates,
major or course emphasis, school names and courses relevant to career
objectives.


3.
Take notes on other accomplishments. Include membership in
organizations, military service and any other special accomplishments.


4.
From the notes, choose which skills are transferable (skills
that are similar) to the job you are applying for - these are the most
important points for your resume.


5.
Begin resume by writing your full name, address, telephone
number, fax and email at the top of the resume.


6.
Write an objective. The objective is a short sentence describing
what type of work you hope to obtain.


7.
Begin work experience with your most recent job. Include the
company specifics and your responsibilities - focus on the skills you have
identified as transferable.


8.
Continue to list all of your work experience job by job
progressing backwards in time. Remember to focus on skills that are
transferable.


9.
Summarize your education, including important facts (degree
type, specific courses studied) that are applicable to the job you are applying
for.


10.
Include other relevant information such as languages spoken,
computer programming knowledge etc. under the heading: Additional Skills


11.
Finish with the phrase: REFERENCES Available upon request


12.
Your entire resume should ideally not be any longer than one
page. If you have had a number of years of experience specific to the job you
are applying for, two pages are also acceptable.


13.
Spacing: ADDRESS (center of page in bold) OBJECTIVE double space
EXPERIENCE double space EDUCATION double space ADDITIONAL SKILLS double space
REFERENCES. Left align everything except name/address.


Tips:


1.
Use dynamic action verbs such as: accomplished, collaborated,
encouraged, established, facilitated, founded, managed, etc.


2.
Do NOT use the subject 'I', use tenses in the past. Except for
your present job. Example: Conducted routine inspections of on site equipment.

The Resume

Writing a successful resume depends on many factors. Here is a simple guide to the basics of writing a good resume:

1. Take detailed notes on your work experience. Include both paid and unpaid, full time and part time positions. Include your main responsibilities, any other activities that were part of the job, the job title and company information including the address and dates of employment. Include everything!
2. Take detailed notes on your education. Include degree or certificates, major or course emphasis, school names and courses relevant to career objectives. Remember to include any important continuing education courses you may have completed.
3. Include a list of other non-work related accomplishments. These may include competitions won, membership in special organizations, etc.
4. Based on your detailed notes, decide which skills are transferable (skills that will be especially useful) to the position for which you are applying.
5. Write your full name, address, telephone number, fax and email at the top of the resume.
6. Include an objective for the resume. The objective is a short sentence describing what type of work you hope to obtain.
7. Summarize your education, including important facts that directly relate to the job for which you are applying. You can also choose to include the education section after you have listed your job employment history.
8. List your work experience beginning with your most recent job. Include dates of employment, company specifics. List your principal responsibilities making sure to focus on transferable skills.
9. Continue to list all of your work experience in reverse order. Always focus on skills that are transferable.
10. Finally list information skills such as languages spoken, computer programming knowledge etc. under the heading: Additional Skills
11. Finish your resume with the following phrase: REFERENCES Available upon request

Tips
1. Be concise and short! Your finished resume should not be more than page.
2. Use dynamic action verbs such as: accomplished, collaborated, encouraged, established, facilitated, founded, managed, etc.
3. Do NOT use the subject "I", use tenses in the past. Except for your present job. Example: Conducted routine inspections of on site equipment

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