Summary – a tool 'sell' your skills. Is it written by contemporary standards, during the crisis increasingly competitive labor market?. Your resume should be more than just an outline of the history of your work – it needs to function as a personal marketing tool which allows to sell your skills and ability to job-market. We know that the average employer spends only 15-30 seconds to view a summary. As for this time to get his attention? Below are some specific tips to help you successfully pass a summary of the verification process and make it more attractive to prospective employers. Short description of professional activities (task orientation) One of the easiest ways to improve your resume is to summarize your qualifications at the top of the page. Display your strengths-based skills and knowledge and the desired focus on working in one direction or another, should guide the employer that you want from the future work and to which position applying for.
Such a move will immediately identify you from the crowd of applicants and more efficient you will present to the employer. If you are applying for different jobs with different types of activities, prepare different versions of your resume – each which will better reflect your qualities on this profile. Most employers prefer to hire specialists rather than 'workers' Bring Bring', so change your resume accordingly. In determining whether whether the item should be included in the summary, ask yourself the question: 'Does this information to the purposes of settling that I am pursuing a job? Sequence of information as you have more than one positive argument in your favor (experience, education, accomplishments, etc.) to prospective employers, the sequence of presentation of your information is critical. For example, if you have recently received higher education, your section 'Education' must be placed at the top of the page. If your education is less impressive than your work experience, put it down. If you have a little experience, you can include items of social work or other activities to demonstrate organizational skills, leadership qualities, and other things that helped get you the job skills.
Achievements Be sure to place this section in plain view in the summary. Clear up all your achievements and awards related to your career or excellent academic performance, if you recently graduated from university. Employer, naturally attract applicants with high academic performance (ie, those who are willing to 'working up to the tenth of sweat'), so do not hesitate to describe your accomplishments and participation in special projects. As a result, your resume should be strategically organized as a 'personal book of the applicant', which summarizes your experience and highlight your accomplishments. It should represent your skills, capabilities and advantages in the best possible light, without resorting to overstatement or exaggeration. Your resume gives a chance to make a first impression on the employer. Base of examples of contemporary summary: