How to write a resume for a job and get the desired position?

If ten years ago a resume was something outlandish for citizens and was required only from candidates for executive positions in large international companies, today it is a common procedure when hiring. The fate of the applicant depends on what is written on this document: whether he will get the desired position or be left out. That is why it is extremely important to know how to write a resume for a job in order to stand out among the masses of other applicants.

Filling out these forms is not just a formality, but a presentation of yourself and your capabilities. The right resume for a job application introduces you to management in absentia, prompting them (or not) to schedule you for a personal interview to clarify details and get to know you. Based on your answers to the standard questions, the recruiter or employer may want to ask additional questions, assess the applicant's appearance and manner of communication.

You can submit your presentation both electronically and in traditional paper form, but in any case the information should be presented as fully as possible, but briefly, emphasizing your strengths.

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How to make a resume for a job and what to specify in it depends on the place for which you apply, but there are general recommendations:

  • If you write it yourself or want to buy resumes, try to fit into one page of A4 sheet, more is unlikely to anyone will read.
  • Include a business style photo, especially for positions involving communication with customers, suppliers, etc.
  • Include all your contact information: first name, middle name, last name, telephone numbers, full mailing address, e-mail box.
  • Write a brief CV: date and place of birth, places of study, marital status.
  • List your employment history in reverse order from your last position of 10 years, giving preference to verbs denoting action (increased, developed, etc.) when writing it. This field should contain information about the name of the organizations, your position, tenure, responsibilities, accomplishments, and skills that describe you as a professional.
  • In the column "additional information" a plus will be foreign languages (which ones, to what extent), driving license and driving experience (categories).
  • If you can provide references and references from previous jobs, give telephone numbers or other contacts where they can be obtained.

Answer honestly and don't exaggerate your abilities, because if it turns out that your perfect English is actually a translation with a dictionary, you will most likely have to forget about the job. Be specific, clear, structured and, of course, error-free.

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