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When Writing Your Resume: Always and Never


  • Make your objective relevant to the position for which you are applying.
  • Be specific when describing your experiences and qualifications.
  • Use "bullet" format where appropriate.
  • Use short paragraphs—preferably no longer than five lines.
  • Make sure the resume and the cover letter are errorless. Proofread, and have others proofread for you too.
  • Rewrite a resume for a specific position with a specific company. It's extra work but may very well pay off.
  • Use quality bond white or off white paper. Avoid the appearance of a photocopied resume.
  • Be sure that your resume represents you well; it is an employer's first impression of you.
  • Include your references on a separate sheet of paper. Include reference name, current title, place of employment, business address and phone number.
  • Give each of your references a copy of your resume or make sure you have permission from your references to use their name.


  • List hobbies, sports and social activities.
  • State "References available on request."
  • Put in social security number, your spouse's occupation, and your personal philosophies.
  • Use exact dates. Months and years are sufficient.
  • Include your company number unless your immediate boss is aware of your departure.
  • Lie.
  • Use personal references.


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