How to Write a Resume

How to Write a Resume – Professional Resume Layout Example

Do you really know what headings need to be included in your Resume References, watch this quick video on a Professional Resume Layout Example.

If you’ve been in the job market for any length of time at all you’ll probably know the general idea of resume writing – who you are, where you’ve been, and what you can bring to the job. Because this is the case, remember that other job seekers as well will be submitting resumes that also know the basic outline of how to write a resume.

So how can you get your Resume Key Skills to stand out from the crowd?

Just as planning is key to a great presentation it is also the key to a great resume. In order for your resume to stand out you need to have a plan before you even begin writing. Understanding the job you are applying for, and highlighting the correct skills you have that match the job functions are important, as is the organisation of your resume from the most mundane information such as your name and contact information to the more substantial information of your education and work history.

Hiring managers have a limited amount of time to look over and pass judgment on the many resumes they receive each day. So how you organise your resume will make the difference as to whether you resume ends up in the call back box or the ‘bad luck Charlie’ pile.