1. Make the resume no longer than
three pages. A resume is designed to create interest
and get you invited to an interview where you can
expand on the details.
2. To enhance the look of your resume as well as to make it easier for the prospective employer to read and find specific
points on the page by bold chars. Use short paragraphs that range
from four to six lines.
3. Provide the nature, role involved in the job with
4. Provide as much relevant information related
to the position you are applying for.
5. Make sure your resume is error free, both in
grammar, spelling and indentation also.
6. Summarize your expertise, strengths, certifications and accomplishments
in a manner that ties these items with specific
points in your work history.
7. Include specific achievements and contributions
to actions you have implemented or administered
that have resulted in valuable and positive outcomes.
8. Make sure that your employment references have a
copy of your resume and keep them informed of your
job search. Do not list employment references on
your resume nor write "References available upon
request." which is already assumed.
9. List all relevant educational experience such as the Engineering or the Masters degree/Certifications programs.
10. Please do not mention the reasons for leaving any job
on your resume.
11. Go thru your resume before each interview.