Most Important Tips on Resume Writing for Fresh Graduates

Resume Writing
University years may not provide relevant experience that helps to stand out among other graduates. Even if you worked part-time, employers might not be impressed by the work at local fast food restaurant or Wal-Mart. Don’t be discouraged, everything you did during those years may compile into an excellent resume. 

How bottom-rung work can get you hired by a good employer and how to make your resume interesting to read? Find out in this article which gives you the structure of your future resume. 

Contact Information 

First and foremost you need to include your full name at the beginning along with your home address and the phone number you use at all times. Provide your email address that you are able to check regularly. Be sure that you entered the data correctly. The email and phone information should be up-to-date. Employers should be able to reach you. 

Objective 

The second part is presenting your professional objective. You don’t have to be very specific on your objective and state that you want to work as a Sales Manager in California. Provide your interests and go from there. The employer who will be reviewing your resume will see that you have a sense of direction and you know where you want to go. 

Educational History 

The next information to include is your education. Provide the full name of your university and your major. Also include the information on how much time you spent there as well as concentration. If you had courses relevant to your future job, mention them and their relevance to your desired position. Your resume might also use scientific or other projects you have done throughout the student years. Employer will most likely discuss them with you during the interview so be sure to provide necessary details. 

Internship and Professional Experience

Once you’ve done with your education, it’s time to move to internships. State all information about your summer internships and which tasks were completed by you. This part shows the reader that you weren’t afraid to put your knowledge to the test and acquired new skills. Attach references if you have any. 

If you have done volunteer work, create a special section where you can represent it. This section could also be used for describing you interests and hobbies. This makes you resume more personal. 

Don’t hesitate to include references if you have them. The people you refer to might be your professors or managers from the company where you completed internship. Remember to tell them that you are about to use their contact details in your resume. 

Check for Mistakes 

That’s it, your resume is done. You can think about what additional information can be added or maybe some has to be removed. The resume should not exceed the length of one and a half pages. The minimum length is one page. The last thing to do here is to check your writing for spelling mistakes and punctuation. The employer will immediately dismiss the documents if there are simple mistakes.
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