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Albert T
1 year ago
Topic: Contrary
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Hello, usually your university has many helpful resources/guidance on resume building.

Really helpful tips here, personally, when I was applying for my first job, I couldn'r wrap my mind around it all, now I just update it and I am good.

I'd love just to add that you should make sure you've proofread everything. Should making a typo cost you a job? Well, that depends pretty much on the actual job you are doing or your are applying for. If you make a living painting walls, no problem. But in the trade? I once had a proofreader applying for a job at who misspelled my name. Not a good start.

First of all, Describe yourself. Then describe your studies. Next, describe your personal details.

Hi, am a student of government engineering colleges in Nagpur city. Its depend on for what purpose you make your cv. They have different steps.

  1. Identify the right personal details to include. ...
  2. Add a personal statement. ...
  3. Know what to include in the skill section. ...
  4. Mention former jobs. ...
  5. Don't forget your qualifications. ...
  6. Tailor it to the application. ...
  7. Keep it up to date.

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