By Sandra HolzOn Aug 13, 2019 Free Resume
Now, its time to make your resume look visually appealing. In this case, that means producing a document that is legible above all else. The information should be enough to grab the attention of whoever is reading it, so your color and design choices should be relatively subdued by comparison. Start by choosing an appropriate typeface. You should use the same one throughout the resume to keep things consistent, unless you want to use a complementary font to distinguish your contact information from the other sections. Choosing a sans serif typeface will make your writing easily legible and prevent it from being incompatible with an automated screening program — Helvetica, Calibri, and Trebuchet MS are all good options.
Its very important to show relevant experience to the job you are applying. You might have work experience in print media but it would be of less value when applying for a UX role. Its true that any kind of professional experience does matter. It surely improves your soft skills. But remember, recruiters would only care for it in the second stage of your recruiting process. First, They need to know your relevant skills for the role. Being specific to the role also prevents any kind of confusion at the recruiter end otherwise, he will have a hard time figuring it out. You also dont want to portray yourself confused about the role you are applying. Tailoring your resume to the role clears your purpose. It also makes it clear that the candidate knows the job he has to perform.
As there are guidelines around using your photo in the resume, there are guidelines for the language you should use in your resume. Some prefer to write resumes in the third person but everybody knows that you are writing your resume by yourself. Therefore always write in the first person but remove pronouns. Pronouns are extra words you would be adding in descriptions. Remove them and save space.Also, take care of the grammar. If you have bad grammar like me, do get it to proofread from someone proficient in grammar. You dont want to create a bad impression by using bad grammar in your resume.
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