A resume is like a one-way ticket to success and that’s because of the significant work it does in making a really good first impression with the HR or interview panel.
Your resume is the first thing that the potential employer sees about you. Naturally, the resume has to be perfect, reflect your personality, highlight your skills and make the employer think that you’re perfect for the job. Wow! It’s a wonder how two small pages can make or break your career right?
In such a situation, it is imperative that you work on your resume as much as possible. By that, I mean research on what kind of job you’re applying for and customize your resume accordingly.
This is where having a visual resume comes in. Now, you might be wondering what a visual resume is exactly? Well, as the name suggests, a visual resume is a visual representation of accomplishments that enhance your personal brand and differentiate you in a competitive market.
What that means is, a visual resume is a way of writing your resume more creatively and as such, it is more successful if used when applying for jobs that are less traditional and more to the creative side.
Visual resumes can be of two types:
1. Visual document/presentation:
2. Video presentation:
Video/audioPowerPoint with audioCombination of both
Here are some of quick facts on visuals:
People form a first impression in a mere 50 milliseconds.Visuals produce 650% higher engagement than text-only documents.90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual.Visuals are processed 60,000X faster in the brain than text.40 percent of nerve fibers are linked to the retina.An estimated 84 percent of communications will be visual by 2018.
Now let us note some of the benefits of having a visual resume:
A visual resume can be used to give your persona a brand value and image.A visual resume does this important work of differentiating you from the hundreds of other applicants. It focuses on how you’re so much better than the others and why you should be hired for the job.Like I mentioned, visual resumes have more chance of being successful in helping you ace the job, if it is used for a creative or targeted job say like fashion designing or marketing.Obviously, a lot of work goes into making a visual resume and thus, it shows a high level of creativity and innovation.Visual resume relies on your presentation skills to succeed. So, you have the added benefit of getting the employers to know about your awesome presentation skills.It is also easy to share such a visual resume through social media. In today’s connected world, this ensures that your talents and skills reach a lot of people all over the world. If at all you fail to procure the job you had in mind, a visual resume ensures that you have other, better opportunities lined up once you share it through social media.
I hope all of these benefits help you to choose a visual resume when you’re confused on whether to use it or not.
Check out this link to get some interesting visual resume templates. Make sure you use it in the correct instance, keep it short and to the point and more often than not, the job will be yours. All the best, guys!!
All of us would be so excited about applying for our dream job, right? Often what happens is, we go ahead with no accurate plan in mind which might become a major setback in acquiring the said job. The thing is, not many of us give credit to proper planning while sending out our resume and getting ready to face an interview. All of that “getting ready” is just wasted if the resume is not actually shortlisted. Not to mention, we feel pretty low due to our failure.
But the good news is, getting your resume shortlisted is not rocket science. In fact, it is pretty simple and straight forward, if you adhere to the few tips that I’m going to share here.
1. Keywords to success
Often, the resumes are not even read manually, but merely processed via an automated system. Here, the best bet in is to use keywords that you know for sure will get you in. These can include the generic words that appear in most job descriptions or the specifications of that particular organization, if you know them. Familiarize yourself with such keywords by going through job portals and other networking sites. LinkedIn is a good place to start particularly if you’re a fresher.
Personal tip: Keywords are qualifications, job specific technical skills etc. Search for those in particular and add a lot of these while working on your resume!
2. Structure, Style and Success
Once you’ve learnt about using keywords, put in some work on making your resume structured and on-point. It’s the first impression a recruiter is going to have of you and as such you need to make the most of this. There are a lot of websites that gives you different formats for your resume. You could also use Google Docs and select a convenient template. Anyhow, the point is, work on making your resume perfect and you will have your ticket to success.
3. Experience and success go hand in hand
Don’t forget all your awesome training and work experiences while working on your resume. In fact, I’d suggest that you do your homework on the particular company you’re sending out your resume to, make sure your resume has all the things they’re looking for and highlight the work experience and internship that you think matters the most.
Friendly tip: for all the “techie” guys out there: Focus more on your projects. Your projects show your talent so make sure you have at least two of them to back up your technical skills.
I hope this blog made you rethink for a second before sending out your resume. Check on all the points I mentioned above and also make sure whatever you’ve written in the resume is honest and genuine.
Good faith and honesty is still the best of traits to have and that good character will definitely help you succeed in life. Best of luck.
Interviews are probably a nightmare for a lot of us. The anxiety and the stress of putting up a good performance gets to us, more often than not, which adversely affects our chances of scoring the job.
Honestly speaking, interviews are pretty easy to crack, once you’ve got the confidence that you’re prepared to face it. The first step is sending out the resume, after which you get called in for an interview. So, if you do get tensed, every once in a while, thinking about facing the interview panel, keep this in mind: you’ve already cleared the first obstacle: getting your resume shortlisted. Keep this positivity in mind and prepare yourself to face the interview.
Here, I will share some of the tips which I find useful while interview preparation.
Make sure you research about the company in which you’ve applied for the job. Learn about their requisites, think on how to incorporate your skills with their requirements and prepare accordingly. Doing this homework also helps you be confident in fielding any of the probable questions on company norms and policies. It also lets the interviewer know that you’ve done your research, you know the company well and are interested in pursuing a career with them.
Your attitude and the way you communicate goes a long way into making a good impression with the interviewer. So, be sure to greet the interview panel when you enter the room. Be confident in your posture and body language. Don’t slouch or show nervous habits, such as clasping hands or biting nails. Also, don’t act arrogant. Remember that there is a great difference between being self-confident and being overconfident.
Your resume and certificates are important
Even though you’ve probably mailed the interviewer your resume, be sure to carry it, along with all of the important certificates which you think might be important in a folder. In fact, my advice is to keep all of these prepared beforehand because it might prove difficult to go hunting for your certificates on the day of the interview.
The way you dress makes an impression
Keep in mind that this is a professional environment and not a party. As such, accommodate your style to a minimalist elegance. There are ways to be stylish while also being professional. Go with a fitted skirt/ pants, an ironed shirt and a blazer in neutral or subdued colours. DO NOT wear any sort of loud colour combinations as it might create a bad impression.
Wear a watch or small jewellery, if you need to accessorize, but again, remember not to go over the top. Also, wear black heels or else go with polished shoes/flats in black or brown. Comb your hair to give a neat appearance and it would be better if you don’t go for a messy hairdo. These add up to give you a professional look, while also making you look effortlessly stylish.
Answering the questions
While jumping ahead of yourself and answering their questions might show enthusiasm, it is better to wait, think about the question seriously and provide a well thought out, mature answer. While researching the company, you will definitely come across frequently asked questions. Prepare answers for these before itself and make sure whatever you say is genuine and true.
Be open and articulate yourself well
Often you become nervous while questions are posed to you and thus end up not being able to convey your ideas properly. Always remember that you are not on a ticking timeline. Take your time to think about the question, consider your answer seriously and articulate yourself well so your ideas are portrayed as you want it to be. The main point to be kept in mind is that if you’re capable of expressing what you want to say during the interview in a distinct and pleasant manner, and in a convincing tone, your confidence will be to the listener.
Frankness and honesty is appreciated
Keep in mind that the interviewers might very well ask in a negative tone, just to rile you up and see how you react. So be prepared for those negative aspects and have on how to keep calm and address the questions with a cool head. Be honest and transparent in whatever you say. Honesty is the best policy after all!
Concluding the interview
Often the interviewers might ask if you have any questions to ask them towards the end of the interview. Do your research about the company: their products, markets, services, current activities, and competitors. Ask questions to show your interest. Keep in mind not to jump into your questions, wait for them to prompt you as this shows your good manners. Thank the interviewer with a pleasant face while bidding goodbye. Give a cordial handshake with a slight bend to show your respect and depart. Don’t forget to place your chair in its correct position before you go.
I hope these tips prove helpful to you before attending the interview.
Now, before concluding this article let me leave you with a video that you should watch. It contains some more helpful tips that will go a long way in helping you ace that interview and procure your dream job!
Tired of seeing the same places and those familiar faces? Do you wish you could just be adventurous and visit some far way place? Or do you want to move to another place to be closer to your partner and family? The solution is right in front of you!
Let me tell you, the best way to go about it is to change your job. Look for an outstation job and voila, you have an all new adventure to experience!
But how to go about it, you ask? Obviously, there are certain tricks to ensure that you never fail to procure your dream job, some of which we’ll see below:
The greatest challenge you're going to face while hunting for an out-of-town job is getting the companies to consider you as a potential employee. The reason is that most companies prefer to employ the people residing in the nearby areas as its easier to commute for the interview process and in the course of the job itself. So, the first step is to create an edge for yourself, something that is guaranteed to get you noticed by the employers.
Stress on the fact that you’ve considered this job seriously and that you’re willing to relocate near to the office. The fact that you give emphasis to moving from your hometown is bound to attract the attention of the HR.Explain why you’re looking for a job in the city. Be HONEST and OPEN about your reason. (phrase it so that the employers feel that you’re a good candidate!)
Need I explain more? Practically all the job-seekers know the value of having a perfect resume. It becomes even more important when you're searching for a job out-of-town. In this case, your is your resume is your armour and shield. It is the only thing with which your employers are going to evaluate you from among the thousands of equally talented local candidates. So, your resume needs to be that perfect and polished, with no room for errors.Your resume needs to showcase how you're better than all those other job aspirants and firmly imply that this job can only be perfectly handled by you.
Get professional help, if needed but make sure your resume is worthy of being presented to the interviewers.
I have pointed out the need to network among your social as well as professional circles before itself. Do make it a point to look for contacts actively at least 6 months before you actually try to look for outstation jobs. Because no matter how hard you try, at times the only person to come through will be that contact.
4. MAKE IT EASIER
Make the whole interview process easier for the HR team of the company. You can do this by ensuring that you're in the city for the duration of the interview process. If that proves difficult, it might help if you've planned ahead on how to reach the city on time for the interview. DO NOT allow the company to feel like hiring you would be a disadvantage as you're not a local.
5. TOUGHEN UP
It is a widely known fact that is it more difficult to do an outstation job search than a normal , that too successfully. So, if the going gets hard and you feel discouraged, you need to take a breather, relax and stay strong. If you feel that you deserve the job you're searching for, and if you are qualified enough to land that job, then make no mistake; your talent will be recognized.
Searching for an outstation job and finding it is not impossible. It is just slightly more difficult than your average job search. But once you’ve made up your mind and decided that searching for this outstation job is going to get you closer to achieving your dreams, then move forward with your decision. Don’t stop to overthink and try your level best to convince the employers why you are the perfect person for the job, even if you’re a non-resident of that city.
“The answer to every question lies inside you. Search.”
This question is as inevitable as the effect of your own karma, you have to face it. And even after knowing about you more than you know about yourself (by stalking your social media profiles), your employer asks you this interview question to give you an opportunity. An opportunity to show him that you are the most suitable person for that job.
But how on earth can you show him just through your words, when actions speak louder? How can you say something that no other candidate has ever said before? How can you convince him that you are the sweetest person for this job? Well, here is how you can cake walk through this tough interview question:
Every interviewer will ask the same, “Why should I hire you?” question, but its answer will differ from company to company. Like every person has their own personality, values, likes and dislikes, every company comes with its own beliefs, work culture, and dos and don’ts.
Hence before proposing yourself to the company, you need to know more about them, their culture, and the type of people they usually hire and accordingly, present yourself in the interview.
“Well, I am a very hard-working, confident, reliable person, who would (read blah blah blah).” No, for the sake of beauty of communication, don’t say this, ever, in your interview. Just like you want a job that helps you grow as a person, similarly, your employer wants you to add value to their organisation. So, tell them what they want to know because mindless boasting doesn’t help. Before asking you this cliché interview question, they would have mentioned key pointers which clearly indicate what they are looking for. Start with those pointers. “Ma’am, as you said that this job requires someone to meet deadlines on a short notice, I have been appreciated by my previous organisation for completing all projects within or before the target”. By saying this, you will very subtly show how much attention you pay and how you manage time brilliantly.
When your interviewer asks, “Why should I hire you?” let your experience speak for itself. As stated above, connect the job description requirements with your previous experience, and show your employer how apt you are for the job. This will help your employer understand what you are saying has truth in it, and not just a mere show of false traits.
No interview question is a tough interview question. It just needs to be answered honestly with a touch of smartness. For more tips on job interviews, check: https://www.resumevogue.com/single-post/how-to-ace-a-job-interview
Hiring the right candidate is always a herculean task for all the companies. Talent acquisition as a process is constantly evolving and recruiters are improvising on their existing processes. One such technique of selecting the best among the rest is through the Stress Test Interviews. Unlike Behavioural Event Interviewing (BEI) Stress Test Interviews do not follow any process or do not look for any kind of evidence finding in you. The only similarity between the two methods of interviewing is that both the techniques help recruiters to understand about your cultural fitment to the company.
What are Stress Test Interviews?
This is a technique used by interviewers to gauge your inner capabilities to deal with the tough and stressful situations. This technique is used by the companies which majorly work in energetic environment. If the position you are applying for involves multitasking or depends on crucial yet short deadlines, this method is used.
There is absolutely no pattern for this kind of interview. The interview questions can be distantly related to your experience or the position you applied for. The only point to keep in mind is the “presence of mind” and “quick reflex actions”.
Let me demonstrate one such stress test interview through my personal experience.
The position I applied for: Manager-HR at a conglomerate
After having undergone two stages of interviews before, this was the final one deciding my course of fate at the organization.
I was called for an interview around 2 pm.
Dressed in business formals, I stepped into the interviewer’s cabin.
The interviewer ordered me to sit at one corner and he was seated at the other distant corner.
After few minutes of silence, the interview began.
Interviewer: Tell me something about yourself.
Me: Began with my place of birth, educational qualifications, work experience and interests.
Tip: Your introduction should be absolutely crisp and should not last for more than one minute.
My interviewer was pretending to not pay attention to me and was checking out some other files.
Interviewer: Do you know the divisibility rule of 3? The one we all learnt in our younger classes? Can you prove that theorem to me and I don’t want you to use any examples.
Me: It would be wrong to say I was not perplexed. I gathered my courage and explained him the same.
Looking discontent, he pointed at the pen I was holding and confronted me that I was nervous. Throughout the interview he kept on pushing me to drink water. He was constantly objecting to my replies. His constant endeavor was to bring my morale down.
Some of the more questions asked to me were:
Explain the Porters Rule. (It is a concept taught in Business Strategy classes)Suppose I call your best friend here inside this room and ask her about 3 of the best qualities that you possess. What that would be? The only condition is that you will be standing outside the room and cannot gesture or tell her about the same.You are competing with your best friend for the Miss Popular contest. Do you think your class would vote for you? If yes, why?Do you know the financial concepts like Revenue, Gross Margin, EBIDTA etc?Why do you want to join our company? Do not give me any of the jargons you learnt in your B-school.
Before the conclusion of my interview, I was sent outside with the company’s financial report. I was asked to read about the financial concepts and then come back again
However, I was called after 15 minutes and the final question was:
Justify in 2 minutes (exact) why you want to join our organization?
Now let’s analyse this interview:
a. The interview lasted for 45 minutes.
b. Throughout the interview, I maintained eye contact with the interviewer. This worked out in my favor as after the conclusion of interview, interviewer complimented me for the same.
So, all the aspirants out there maintain eye contact and just keep your posture steady.
c. The interviewer was sitting far distant and was raising objections on everything I said.
The Key is not to get perturbed by these activities. This is just done to confuse you and demoralize you.
d. I was constantly being told by my interviewer that I am wrong.
Don’t deviate from your statements. Stay consistent. If you don’t know anything, be honest about it.
e. If you notice, I was asked questions which were remotely related to the position I had applied for.
In this case, be confident about what you say. If you want to take time to recall some concept, do take your time.
There is no success formula to crack stress test interviews. Each individual has strengths of their own. So, my only suggestion would be to not lose courage and go with the course flow of the interview. The interviewer catches you the moment you lose the momentum. So, you just have to ensure that once in the battle, never concede but conquer every time.
Are you a fresher just out of college with high hopes and dreams of acquiring the perfect job? Or are you someone aspiring to change your career domain? Are you on a job search??? Whatever the case may be, the new world is in your hands; opportunities are abound and successfully searching for a job has never been simpler. But wait, there are some secret tips for a successful job search in this new technologically forward world. Let’s have a look at it, shall we?
1. Have A Plan
Are you an entrepreneur? Or a manager? Are you strong in technical aspects or do you favour the business end of a job? Get to know yourself. Find out what kind of job you are searching for and move forward accordingly. Hash out a Plan A and a Plan B – for you are sure to need backup every now and then. Think about whether you want to work in your country or if you’re interested in going overseas.
2. Career Domains and Companies
Are you searching for a job in your respective field of study or interested in other domains? Make a list on the different career domains that you think you can work in. List out the major companies that may have the job opportunities you are searching for. Again, don’t focus on just one company and just one job – be ready with a backup plan too!
3. Network, Network, Network
Establish contacts and network your way forward. This might be easier if you’ve been working for some time now. It might be a good idea to attend office parties, get to know people in different companies and keep in touch with them. It could seem to be a little time consuming, but hopefully it will help when you’re searching for a job. Even for freshers, it is pretty easy to get contacts now-a-days. Be active in your college and have the contact details of the alumni. They will surely be a great help in times of need. Also, find contacts from among your family members and neighbours. You never know when it might become handy!
Research the contacts and official email IDs of the companies you like. Send them your resume and cover letter. It could make a huge difference if you have that perfect resume with you. A well formatted error free resume targeting the job posting in particular will go a long way. Really, it can make or break your career. So, one of the major keys to a successful job search – your resume.
5. Attract Companies
If it seems difficult to obtain the contacts of companies, another way is to attract the companies to you. Wondering how? During a job search in 2017, it’s quite simple to post your CV and resumes online. This will save a lot of time and hassles and will prove helpful.So, the other secret to a successful job search in 2017 – online profiles (hint: LinkedIn!)
6. Hidden Vacancies
This is where all that networking pays off. You can easily get a job if you know about it way before it is advertised. Search for internal recruitments, ask for information and word-of-mouth advice and chances are you’ll land a job as quick as a blink!
7. Stay Positive
Yes, it might be hard at times and most certainly is difficult to successfully complete a job search and land a good job but the secret to success is to always stay positive and never back down. During a job search you might be rejected or not considered for the interviews, but always keep the fact in mind that if, one door closes another will definitely open.
Like I mentioned at the beginning of the blog, opportunities are many; you just have to find it. The youngsters of 21st century are most definitely in search of jobs that attract them, be it because of their passion or the pay package. The bottom line is, everyone’s been in your position at some point of time. It’s okay to strive hard to achieve that perfect job you need. Just know never to give up and continue to work hard. Success will be yours.
Let’s face it, at times life throws us in places where we find ourselves stuck with the masses and it feels smothering to see our identity and uniqueness not coming to light.
But worry not, it does not have to remain that way. There is no magic potion but following few simple steps you can mould your future and land the job of your dreams. By drafting a resume that speaks for you and highlights your distinctive qualities and merits required for the desired job.
You will need to find a way to set yourself apart from hundreds of other applicants, dig in to find how you can embellish your resume to catch the eye of the employer in the first glance.
1. Initiate with a summary
You only get 10 seconds for your resume to mark an impression on the employer. that incorporates all the essential points of your resume – as this will be the first section that the recruiter actually reads.
Fill in the highlights of your resume to share with the employer your achievements and experience.
2. Make Your Resume Creative
What pleases the eye, sells. Shed the conventional and traditional way of resume writing, . The key is to frame a catchy resume that spikes the interest of the employer to thoroughly go through your resume. Crafting a creative resume with a can emphasize your personality and skills in an effective way.
3. Use tasteful graphics and visuals
For any field, creativity is the most essential requirement of any employer. Relying on text and facts can be the common and conventional way to go about but a visual aid charting your accomplishments may hit just the right cords. A typical, mundane resume can easily be overlooked but an enchanting yet professional resume will set you apart.
4. Outline your achievements instead of experience
It is not enough to merely mention your work experience. Put in your achievements. Work experience falls under responsibilities that need to be done, whereas achievements show that you are good at what you do. Describe the ways you have excelled in your profession.
5. Know about the company
What can set you apart is your knowledge about the company before applying. Employers appreciate candidates who are well aware of the company and their requirements. Spell out how you would fit in to the position. Share the experiences and skills that match the employer’s requirements.
6. Start working before you are hired
Passion is the key! The best way to make yourself stand out is to pay attention to details, research and send in your ideas relating to work to the company, before you are even hired.
The ability to take your work as the priority and not just focusing on ‘getting the job’ will impress the recruiter.
These are the simple steps to how you can set yourself apart from the crowd. It is your game and you must know how to mould the rules to make things work in your favour. A little uniqueness and creativity can take you a long way in your career.
Whenever we have to pay attention to our resumes, investing money on a resume specialist seems to be a bad option. We tend to believe that there is nothing special that can be added to our resume because we know as much as them, thus put off hiring a resume specialist. We need to understand the technicality and significance of a well-crafted resume. Before you conclude that shelling a few bucks on a resume is completely trivial, here is what you will lose if you don’t hire a resume specialist and should give you enough reason why hiring a resume specialist is a great investment:
1. Attention of your Employer: While you scroll down your Facebook timeline, not every post makes you go “WOW”. If you had to do that all day, you would be tired of how every other post has the same tone and talks about the similar trends. But then you come across a post which is well thought, lucid, very presentable and forces you to check that page and its other posts. What was so different about this post? The person who created it would be a digital marketing professional who is an expert on delivering exactly what you want. Similarly, a resume specialist knows how to make an employer inquisitive about you just by your resume.
2. Expertise: If you are designing Facebook creatives as a profession, you would do it many times over in a day. Practice would have made you perfect. You would know what will make people cringe while what will make them fall in love with your post. No matter how much we ignore, an expert is an expert because he has been doing that since years. When you have merely six seconds
to impress your employer, you would want it to be flawless.
3. Personalization: When you use redundant templates to reflect your contemporary skills, it does not come through properly. When you hire a resume specialist, he reads your personality and makes sure it comes out beautifully in your resume. The employer is very critical of each document you provide him with and understands your strengths just by looking at your resume. With mind-numbing competition, if you fail to nail in six seconds and focus on your skills the opportunity is lost. Just like a handshake can reflect how confident a person is, similarly, your resume communicates about your personality too.
4. Objectivity: Ask a mother about her child and she will write an essay on how lovely he is. All of us are very attached to our work and do not tend to see things with an employer’s view. But when you hire a resume specialist, he knows exactly what will impress the employer and what would be a blunder. To get a resume designed from the perspective of an expert, a resume specialist is the person to go.
Now you know why some people land a job primarily based on a well-crafted resume. Every penny spent on getting your resume designed is not a wastage but an investment for your dream job. Let your resume define your capabilities and help you achieve all your goals!
Framing a yielding resume that includes your objectives, skills, experiences, achievements and education, can be a tedious and grueling task at hand for every aspiring college student. Writing the perfect intern resume is the first, imperative hurdle that needs to be crossed.
Resume writing is more than just pitching your experiences and achievements. It is a synthesized result of captivating presentation and knowledge of content.
The perfect intern resume hooks the employer in a short span of time and illustrates the true potential of the applicant. Be selective and precise in the information that you put in order to stimulate the interest of the employer.
1. Start with Personal Information
Start out by listing your personal information. Mention your name using a larger font size. Include the essential information like address, phone number, and email address.
2. Construct a Resume that Meets the Qualifications of the Internship
It is essential to gather information about the internship and the needs of the employer before initiating the process of resume writing. Mention the relevant skills, accomplishments and experiences to provide the employer a glimpse of what you can bring to the table. Put in the salient points that match the needs and qualifications of the internship.
3. Incorporate Relevant Information
As a student, applying for internships, education is the major category that proves to be the cornerstone of your resume. Academic achievements, honours and awards becomes the measure of a student applicant’s potential.
4. Use ‘Numbers’ to Provide a Thrust to your Resume
Elaborate the expanse of your success and achievements by using numbers to indicate the accurate worth of your work efficiency. For example, frame statements like “increased site traffic over last year by 25%.” Leverage your experience and skills to create a captivating resume.
5. Make Use of Action Verbs
Start your statements with action verbs (achieved, performed, created, assigned) and omit the use of articles (a, an, the) and pronouns (I, me you). Use of correct words can make your resume look proper and professional.
6. Pay Attention to Details
Perfectionism is the key to the key to the perfect intern resume. Organisation of content and portrayal of information in the correct form can easily enhance the chances of your resume to make it to the list. Keep the resume short, persuasive and easy to skim. Give margins and include spacing within the resume. Present your abilities in a fashion that catches the eye of the employer. Use of underlines, italics and bold is vital to emphasize the details that the employer is looking for.
Resume writing can seem to be a hard task, but keeping in mind these simple steps, the resume for interns can be written effortlessly. Be sure to input the vital information in the beginning and to maintain consistency in your resume. Scrutinize very single detail and check for grammatical errors. Be honest and do not seek the use of fabricated information or give the employer a reason to doubt your credibility.
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