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Many companies use Applicant Tracking System program (ATS) to filter resumes. Applicant Tracking System programs are software that are able to sense job-related key terms within a resume.Think of them as web crawlers of Google, search engine optimization experts must figure out how to use keywords to make a website appear relevant for web spiders. Companies recruiting new talents add a list of keywords to their ATS, it will skim through all the resume the company receives, seeking for pre-selected keywords. Your goal is to use your target company’s keywords multiple times in your resume – you must figure out which words they are likely to select.
It is crucial to tailor your resume to a special category, since companies are looking for experts and not a person with generic knowledge. Use bulleted lists and not paragraphs, since both ATS programs and hiring managers prefer bullet points.Our ATS templates will guide you to make the perfect ATS resume.
You do not have to add the title “Resume,” you do not have to title it at all.
The header should contain contact information, like your full name, cell phone number, and email address. Probably you should feature a link to your website. Studies have shown that candidates who included links to their personal branding websites received more job interviews and were more likely to get the jobs they had applied for. Your website should feature your skills and strengths, plus they should reflect your character, values, it should contain professional goals, personal interests and hobbies. It helps hiring managers or future employers to have a whole picture about you and connect with you on a personal level. A high resolution, professional photograph also helps – do not put up an image from your smartphone, seek a professional photographer who will find the most flattering lights and angles.
Describe your experience and qualifications, list your former workplaces, the name of the company or organization that employed you, along with the city and state where the company was located; include the titles you held at each workplace, as well as when you started working there and how long you stayed. Feature bulleted lists of your responsibilities as well as your achievements.
Your work history should appear in reverse chronological order, starting with your last workplace.
List the schools, colleges, and universities you attended, trainings and courses you have completed, certifications and degrees you have obtained.
Name your college or university, as well as your major and distinctions. If you won any awards, add it to the list. Even if you have not finished your higher education for any reason, you may mention the school’s name and what you had studied, adding the dates when you are studyng.
List your skills and abilities; mention any work- related talent you have. Computer skills, skills in technology, excellent leadership skills, organizing skills, or communication skills are welcomed at every workplace. Plus, do research on each company and organization where you want to apply fora job, learn about their expectations and needs and add the skills they are looking for. References
Great references and happy former employers and clients are your best endorsement. You may include reference letters, but hiring managers will be happier to find contact information of your former workplaces: they certainly want to talk to your former employers and colleagues to get a realistic image of your work history.
You may include a list of your interests and hobbies, provided they are related to your work or they at least prove that you are a highly intellectual, open-minded and creative person with substantive and rewarding hobbies.
Use single spacing, leaving a blank line between sections. Margins should be set to one or half inch from the edges of the paper on all sides.
If you have to print your resume, use laser printer or inkjet printer for a clear and professional appearance, and select an ivory colored paper.
There are two types of fonts, Serif and San-Serif. Serif means stylized fonts that have decorative markings, for example, Times New Roman, Georgia, and Bookman Old Style; they are considered respectable, traditional, dignified, and elegant. San-Serif fonts like Arial, Helvetica, Verdana, Century Gothic, and Tahoma are unadorned, they have a reputation of being simple, modern, and objective; also homely and commonplace.
Most resumes are written in Times New Roman.
Font size should be 10 or 12.
Describe what you have to offer, how the new workplace could benefit from your skills, talent, and experience. You should list your achievements, your strengths and every work-related success you have ever accomplished.
Highlight your qualifications and experience – the more qualifications and experience you have, the more fit you are for the job.
List your career goals, your plans for professional growth and advancement.
An outstanding resume is specific and geared to the requirements of a particular workplace. You cannot change your education and work history, but you can do slight modifications on the list of your skills or interests and tailor them to the unique requirements of a workplace.
Read the job description very carefully, then do research on the company to which you want to apply study their business profile, their professional goals and values.
If you have a clear vision about what they are looking for, you can tailor your resume to their demands and expectations. Compare your qualification, experience, skills, strengths, and achievements to the requirements of the new workplace, highlighting how fit and qualified you are for this particular job. For example, if the company values compelling communication skills, you should mention your great communication and interpersonal skills and abilities at the top of the list.
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When you apply for a job, in addition to a cover letter in which you address the hiring manager of your future workplace, you submit a resume listing your qualification, experience, and strengths that make you the best choice for the position you want