Cleaning Up Your Resume

When people haven't been in the position of a job seeker for a long time, they are faced with the problem of updating or rewriting own resume. When you have a job you don't think about it, but when you are faced with the challenge of job hunting then you need some help with updating your resume. By that, we don't simply mean adding your recent employment and/or skills. In such cases, a lot of people don't bother to spend time and order resume writing assistance from professional companies. However, there are job seekers that wish to do that on their own. If you relate yourself to the second group, then this article will help you do that effectively.

Resume Writing Tips: Editing, Deleting, Revising

ResumeThe very first thing you have to do with your old resume is to leave it unless you know what you want to do. Before opening the CV file on your computer you have to know what is the job you are looking for. It is important to have one specific position in mind when working on the application documents. It will help to narrow down your career goal and choose what relevant information needs to be on the resume. If you still have an objective statement like "Seeking sales management position" or "Obtain the position of a sales manager", delete it.

The overview of qualifications section, in the beginning, is a far better choice - listing your skills and experience will help potential employers understand what you can offer right from the very beginning. Get rid of the jobs that you have over 10-15 years ago. It doesn't really matter how successful you were, listing job responsibilities on such kinds of jobs will take too much space. If you believe your past experience contains vitally important information you could just summarize those years in a sentence or two. There is no need to write an outdated lengthy list of duties. A brief overview will save space and will help HR authorities to concentrate more on your recent experience (in which they are much more interested). When listing your past experience, don't forget to highlight your accomplishments (most effective are specific numbers or percents that indicate specific results).

Education is another area of your resume where you should clean up. If you have written your resume long ago you will likely have all the details about your internships, academic hours, coursework, etc on your CV. Today when you have achieved a certain level of success such information is completely irrelevant. All you need to have in this section is degrees obtained and educational establishments where you have obtained them.

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