lets review resume- A good resume is brief, with no errors, and
directing your viewer to the point, without making them work, to find
your qualifications. This section of review resume will help you do
That is one reason why I include the qualifications area in this
summary. Now when reviewing your resume, cover the following points.
your resume to one page. Employers prefer to read only one
page. 2 pages if you have 10 years or more.
only relevant work qualifications for the position you seek to
3. Put you
new resume document from word, on a portable device,and
print it on the best letter quality printer that you can find. Or take
it to a small print shop and they will take care of you.
spelling has to be accurate, so make sure to use spell check
several times, after every edit.
proper grammar, although it is very difficult on a resume, so
make sure someone close to you reviews it, before you print.
good margin space for effect.
My header layout is .25" my top margin is .12
my footer layout is .83
my bottom margin is .12
My left margin is 1.25 and my right margin is 1.25.
7. Use a
font that is common 10 to 12, I used Times New Roman.
8. Once you
have your resume error free, have it produced on good bond
quality 20 - 25 lbs and 20 - 100% cotton content, white is best but you
could use off white instead.
The goal here is not to tell them everything you have accomplished in
life, that will come later in the interview. Your resume should state
your qualifications for the position as 1---2---3 with very great
emphasis on the present job you are trying to win.
The hiring manager already has predetermined qualifications he or she
is looking for. Make sure each position you apply for, you make another
resume to fit the qualifications for that job stand out, and be seen by
I am sure you have finished with Organize
Resume if not go back and
start over from there. Also make sure to vist the next page Resume
Mistakes for some great tips on what not to do.
Check out the inside
pages for more details on creating your resume.