Nowadays, it’s quit difficult of CV/Resume writing. There are many people with good education, skills, and experiences but if they are not hired, then it means that they are failed to represent themselves through CV/Resume and all of their things are then good for nothing. Here in this blog you all will come to know that “How to write an Executive or Professional CV/Resume” to make yourselves get 110% selected.

Friday, August 28, 2009

The Do’s And Don’ts Of CV/Resume Writing


What is the difference between a CV and a Resume? Actually there is no difference between them. Resumes and CVs are both the same documents that are considered to be the first exchange of information between a recruiter and a person who is looking for a job or has been selected for the initial job interview.
For that reason, a CV/resume should be written very carefully and should contain only that information that is relevant to the job description/profile that you have applied for. 



CV/Resume is one of the basic or main documents of our professional career. The CV/Resume can be described as a concise document that highlights the educational qualifications, the professional experience and expertise, and any information regarding the profession and professional life. This document can be considered as your proxy in the corporate world.

Your CV/RESUME is not a job description. It is a sales catalogue for your services. Thus, job seekers need to keep industry “requirements” in front when writing their CV/RESUME.

In this competition period, every day the recruitment manager of a company faces a unnumbered job applications for each advertised post. Usually he will catorized the CV/Resume as “yes”, “no”, and “maybe”. So your first mission is to make sure that your job application secures a position in “yes” category.

You can get the positive and outstanding results by composing a well written CV/RESUME. Thus, it is CV/RESUME which decides whether you are going to be fit for the job or not.

Here are a few Dos and Don’ts which should be rigorously kept under consideration while composing an executive or professional CV/RESUME.

3 comments:

Adrian said...

great information!

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