Parts Of A Resume



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Objective
What should the Objective of the resume do? What should you write on it?  See some examples and learn why this is probably the most important part of your resume.

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Skill Set / Key Skills
Key skills or skill set are used like tags.  Learn how these are used to quickly filter applications and why you have to get them right in order to get your resume selected.

Also known as Areas of ExpertiseExpertise Forte
As the world progresses towards domain expertise and every field gains experts in niches and micro-niches, this quickly sets the tone for what you are and what you bring to the table.  
See how this is like the 'salient features' of your resume and persona.

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Work Experience
The meat of your resume!
Think about it this way, if you could only talk about one thing on your resume what would it be? 
Exactly.  It is also the one thing recruiters go to first.


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Accomplishments
the recruiter doesn't know you, let alone your achievements
What have you achieved and why it is relevant?
Learn how to maximize the impact of your achievements!

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Education
How to write education on your resume?
Why your education is important and why it is meaningless.  both?  yes, both.
See

> Accolades /Awards
Awards and accolades are a validation and acknowledgment of your work and contribution by an outside agency/body/board etc.
These provide depth to your profile and in some cases, these could be the Aces in your pack!

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Hobbies & Interests
Hobbies and Interests are something to talk about, a window into your personality, that is beyond the standard work stuff. These are things you are supposed to be passionate about. 
You should be using this extensively to not just market yourself, but also to steer the direction the interview takes.  Read more to know how


> Personal Details
A resume is incomplete without these, yet it is something with gets the least attention from resume writers and candidates.
Here is a simple, yet effective guideline to make sure this is error-free and accurate.

> Photograph
Every resume should have one, until specifically mentioned against in the advertisement or guidelines to apply.
What is a good photograph to have?  Click here to know

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References
Leave them off the resume but if you must have them, read this first.