How to make a good resume

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Now let’s take a closer look at the required fields and blocks, without which no summary can do: 1. Personal Information: Full name (where do without it;)) Date of Birth; contact information (all kinds of telephones, e-mail); marital status. 2. The purpose of providing a summary: Indication of the position or vacancy for which you are applying. Usually they write (for example): “job search system administrator.” 3. Education Applicant: basic education (secondary, secondary special, higher, incomplete, academic degree, second higher education), with the name of the educational institution, faculty, specialty and years of study; additional education (internships, courses, trainings, etc.), indicating the period of study, the name and specialization of additional education.

4. Experience: Description of your work. Previous jobs are usually indicated in reverse chronological order, starting with the last. The syntax is as follows: the scope of the company this item must be described fully, that is, for example, “Telecom LTD” telecommunications “would be wrong. It is necessary to disclose with what type of telecommunications this organization worked and with what type of telecommunications you worked.

Position (or position), with a list of duties performed. A big mistake when describing work experience summaries is verbatim copying records from the workbook. This is unacceptable if the real labor activity does not coincide with that described in the workbook. The potential employer is interested in real experience, not formal. He needs to clearly represent your ability to perform this or that work. 5. Professional skills: Here is a list of your knowledge and skills acquired in the course of employment. If, having changed work, you have not changed the scope of activities, this item should be singled out separately. Otherwise, it will be sufficient to indicate a short list of basic duties for each place of work. 6.

Knowledge of foreign languages: You must specify the languages ​​and the corresponding degree of proficiency in them (basic, conversational, fluent, perfectly). 7. Computer knowledge: Indicates the degree of computer skills, programs, operating systems, programming languages, databases. 8. Additional information: This section contains information that you must be aware of to your employer. For example: the presence of a driver’s license, car, personal qualities, hobbies, interests, the desired level of wages and so on.