How good a chance does your resume stand, of being shortlisted and passed on to the next recruitment stage?

Well, considering how you compete with hundreds of candidates with similar academic qualifications and professional experiences, your resume could be your differentiator. Nothing better than hearing from the men and women who matter – the HR managers!

Recruiters and resume evaluators have often expressed how they are looking for relevant applications, with focus on skills necessary for a candidate applying for the particular job in question. Lofty business and technical jargon does not work, whereas buzz words like ‘team player’, ‘good verbal communicator’ etc. still hold a lot of weight. Invest time in your resume, proofread it multiple times, refrain from flashy content, and fine tune it as per the job.

Check out the infographic below courtesy of Resume Templates to know more about the do’s & don’ts of a modern resume.

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