There’s just a single job for your resume. A job seeker needs to convince the reader that he’s a candidate who demands attention. The following are a few factors that can make your resume seem more effective:
Create your own niche
Make it a point to begin your resume with a summary. There has to be an objective in case you’re changing your career, or just completed your grad, or still a student. This space depicts your qualifications, skill sets, and the person you are. A company will only be interested in you if you possess any unique qualification to match their long-term needs.
Be confident while communicating
Try to prove your contribution toward your previous job roles by sharing things you’ve accomplished with your potential employer. You just can’t assume that the prospective employer will imagine your capability; nor you can’t be humble under such circumstances.
Check your language
Never begin your sentences with Our, We, or I. It’s in your interest not to use sentences in full. A strong impact is left by strong action verbs present in bulleted statements. Don’t stretch your sentences unnecessarily; rather it is better to keep them concise for communicating business efficiently.
Your CV can be effective even if it’s only 2 pages long. Make sure you include all the necessary points in it. You may exclude job roles that you had served more than 10 years ago unless that fit in well with your prospective career path.