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Don't go through that clutter for scratching your resume skeleton.




By Irfan Sunesara

Most of the people who enter into their senior year college or graduating semester are haunted by the very idea of

preparing their resume. It seems like a tons of loads of work before to get a well prepared resume. It is a daunting

thing to do for some of the students and maybe thats why there are professional services making their living just by

preparing professional looking resume for them. But believe me I would be lying to you if I said I was daunted too

while scratching my first pen mark on the paper while preparing my own resume. It is actually a very easy task to do

and I believe that you are the best person who can actually make a better copy of resume than others can, for a

simple reason that you know yourself better than anyone has known you, be it anybody. Why I say this is because you

will need to dig into yourself to put down all that you have on that piece of paper. Remember, the harder you work

on that, the better you tell your prospective employer that what you got and not much people are successful in doing

so. Surprisingly, I am not going to tell you what exactly you need to do but just that what the professional resume

looks like and the elements that needs to be there to give out a professional image.

Definitely, you don't need to go through that clutter of papers and pen to conclude which components your resume

will have, I have written it down here for you to get started. First an foremost let me highlight the components as

follows:

+ Heading (This includes your full name with address and contact information including phone number, this is

very vital)
+ Objective
+ Education
+ Work Experience
+ Projects
+ Skills
+ Technical Skills (if you are a tech person)
+ Computer Literacy skills
+ Achievements
+ Awards and Honors
+ Extra Curricular Activities

These are the major blocks which should include what you got to say regarding yourself to the world. While it is

difficult to say which block is most important, in my opinion definitely work experience and education will give

them enough information to get their eyes on you. It depends from case by case scenario , some companies are more

interested into seeing your GPA while some are more inclined towards work experience. My best guess is give all

these blocks your best effort and you will be amazed to know that you really are worth a world.
 
 
About the Author
Irfan Sunesara is an experienced college graduate. He likes to write for free, currently he is writing for Quickinfostop.com located at http://www.quickinfostop.com He also maintains his own blog at google blog located at http://getthejobyouwant.blogspot.com

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