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Resume formatted as per present industry norms.
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» Administration / Front Office / Secretary
» Architecture / Interior Designer
» Customer Service / Back Office Operations
» Education / Training / Language
» Engineering Design / Construction
» Environment / Health / Safety
» Finance / Accounts / Investment Banking
» Graphic Design / Web Design / Copywriting
» Hotel / Restaurant
» HR / Recruitment
» IT - Hardware / Networking / Telecom Engineering
» IT - Software
» Journalism / Content / Writing
» Legal / Company Secretary
» Management Consulting / Strategy / EA
» Marketing / Advertising / MR / PR / Events
» Medical / Healthcare
» Oil & Gas Engineering / Mining / Geology
» Production / Maintenance / Service
» Quality / Testing (QA-QC)
» R&D / Product Design
» Real Estate
» Retail / Export-Import / Trading
» Sales / BD
» SBU Head / CEO / Director / Entrepreneur
» Security / Detective Services
» Statistics / Analytics / Acturial Science
» Supply Chain / Purchase / Inventory
» Travel / Aviation / Merchant Navy
» TV / Film / Radio / Entertainment
» Other
A resume - also called a 'Curriculum Vitae' or 'CV' - is a summary of your skills, education and work experience. A good resume demonstrates how your skills and abilities match up with the requirements of a job you are looking for.


Resume is a way to present or sell you to a particular employer. An employer is always a busy person and will not have enough time to read a whole resume if it's too long. Make your resume an eye catcher with mentioning all the relevant information needed by a employer in maximum three pages.

Your resume should be always updated or changed with the skills and experiences you have and that are most relevant to the job you are applying for. A tailored resume will be much more successful than a generic one, even though it means more preparation.

If you have a less work experience or you are a fresher applying for a particular job, there are many ways to impress an employer. Your academic record is a best way to show how suited you are to a particular job. Along with that you can emphasize on:-
  • Personal traits - like you're an honest worker, team player etc.
  • Strengths - things you're good at or enjoy
  • Volunteering or extracurricular activities
  • Key responsibilities and achievements - any awards or recognition that you've received
This is a most important thing an employer look. A well presented resume should contain your objective, your knowledge and skills, work experience, academic and professional qualifications. Do remember to mention your work experience and study details in reverse order i.e your most recent work experience and study should be displayed first.

To know more about the things / details to be included in a resume, please visit http://www.thejobportal.in/login.php and try our free resume maker.

After you are completed making your Resume, make sure there aren't any spelling mistakes and grammatical errors.