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In a resume, it's generally important to accurately and concisely
describe your qualities, in a positive manner. What job experience do you have?
Apart from degrees, previous job experience is a plus. How long have you
worked at your previous job? And, what made you quit your previous job?
Of course, there are many other topics which must be covered, such as how
you can help the company you're trying to work for. Why should they choose
you over someone else? Do you have many credentials? Certificates?
Diplomas? If you do, you should normally list them, along with your
References are also an important part of a resume. Do you have any
previous employers or other individuals which would recommend you? Are there
any colleagues? If you're just finishing an university or high school
education, are there any professors or teachers who would be willing to
write references for you? How can the employer contact these people?
Clearly, there are many criteria which must be considered in writing a
good resume; these are by no means the only ones. Writing a strong resume
requires some planning and structuring. Avoid spelling and grammatical
mistakes, and proofread carefully. Finally, it is normally advisable not to
make your resume too long! Employers are likely to receive many resumes and
applications, and they won't have the time to read numerous pages of
information about you. (You probably wouldn't read this either if it was
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