How to create the perfect Resume

By Fabrizio Fornarelli

Your resume needs to show that you have the experience, achievements and drive to do the job.

A keyword-rich complete summary is a must : create a strong career summary that communicates what you have done in your career and the value you can provide

Showcase your greatest achievements : Include a “Career Highlights” section to give a brief synopsis of your biggest accomplishments. Quantifiable achievements speak the loudest and make a stronger impact than just a bullet list of text

Your career history should be concise : Focus on your most recent work experience. Don’t go back more than 15 years (you can summarize the earlier stuff). A chronological format is the easiest and most clean-cut way to do this

Career history is more important than education : Education should be at the end of your resume. Include certifications or licenses, especially those relevant to the industry you are applying for. You want to keep them focused on your accomplishments and skillset, not where you went to school or when you graduated


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Here is our top resume tips that you should consider in preparing your resume:



Looks matter, and not just during the interview process . If your resume appears slapped together, you’re not going to make a positive first impression and invite the reader to want to read the specific content



Clean and simple is the best. It should be easy to skim and see the progression of your work experience resume advice



Companies are interested in hiring people who can make their organizations better. List accomplishments – not tasks. Your resume should indicate how you’ve created success for your past employers



Ask a friend to review your resume after you run a spell-check to correct simple mistakes that could rule you out of being considered

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By Fabrizio Fornarelli
IT People Australia Pty. Ltd.

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