CV and cover letter
Resume (CV) and cover letter. Help in drafting
Looking for a job? Difficulties in making a competent, detailed CV?
We can recommend that you contact resume writing services price online to facilitate the writing of your resume.
What you need to prepare a resume
- Education data (period, school, department, specialty. Additional courses and trainings)
- Data on work experience (period, company name, field of activity of the company, position, functional responsibilities, reason for dismissal, achievements)
- Additional data (level of PC skills, foreign languages, driving license)
- Contact information (full name, phone, e-mail, city, citizenship, marital status)
Options for writing a resume
You send us the necessary data through the form of the site, our manager forms a resume, the finished resume is sent to your e-mail. The form for sending the necessary information
You can download the template yourself and fill in the necessary information.
Some tips for writing a resume
- Try to use more keywords that are relevant to your industry. When searching for resumes on job sites, using the right keywords can help make it clear that your resume is the right fit for the job opening.
- Remember, creative resume design is acceptable as long as it does not interfere with the content. Try not to put pictures and photos, except for personal ones.
- Black and standard font throughout the document.
- The minimum text font should be 12.
- Try to keep your resume to two pages.
- Lists of trainings, courses or other publications, attach to your resume as an addendum.
- Try not to use templates like "creativity, good communication skills," etc. Demonstrate them in an interview rather than cluttering up your resume.
- The employer won't call twice; don't forget to include contacts where you can be contacted (a phone number and email address is enough).
- Describe only the most important accomplishments in your previous jobs, focusing on your results over the past year.
- List your skills in a list format
- When listing the companies you've worked for, don't forget to include your area of expertise.
- Not only should you list your formal work experience, but also your informal work experience (when reviewing your resume no one will call to find out where else you've worked).
- Try to tailor your resume to a specific job.
- Employers give preference to candidates who know their worth and can justify it. Write on your resume the salary for which you are applying. You can specify a minimum and a desirable one.