Top 10 Mistakes to Avoid while Writing a Resume

By |2019-01-27T06:35:14+05:30January 27th, 2019|Categories: Career Tips|Tags: , |

A flawless and professional resume is the major consideration for every employer to hire a right yet a most appropriate candidate for their job. However, to write an eye-catching resume is not that easy especially avoiding the grammatical and typos errors requires a lot of efforts. Let’s discuss the top 10 resume mistakes and tips to avoid them. 1. Grammatical and spelling errors In order to rectify the grammar and spelling mistakes, read out the resume in a loud voice to catch the errors or get the assistance of your family, friends, or professional writer to get a grammatically correct [...]

3 ways to customize your resume to get the job that you want

By |2014-06-18T07:24:00+05:30June 18th, 2014|Categories: Career Tips|Tags: |

Many of the resumes that we come across, more or less appear similar in the first look but there are few areas which make one resume better than the other and appeal the hiring managers. To customize your resume for your dream job, pay attention to the following elements: resume style, career objective, and personal profile. The importance of layout and style of the resume are as important as the matter in the resume about your expertise and qualifications. The two most commonly used resume styles are chronological and functional. As the name implies in chronological style resume, we list the [...]

How to Include References on Your Resume

By |2013-04-18T00:09:41+05:30April 18th, 2013|Categories: Resume Tips|Tags: , |

Have you ever questioned which is the most favorite and usually used line on a resume "References available on request". The Talent Plus Plus team discusses the best practices on How to Include References on Your Resume. Including your references in your resume has always been a question of discussion among the professionals. You can include this line at the bottom of the resume. In a way, this lets your potential leader understand that, if asked, you'll be able to name a minimum of one or two of individuals that assume you're a good quality to any company. On the contrary some [...]

How to manage career breaks or employment gaps in Resume?

By |2014-05-15T20:13:35+05:30May 15th, 2014|Categories: Career Tips, General Tips, Interview Tips, Resume Tips|Tags: , , , |

Mentioning your professional experience in your resume with perfection is a difficult task. You need to keep in mind the following: job role, duration of your job, main responsibilities, transferable skills etc. It is a tough job to highlight your skills and experience if you have breaks in your career. Talent Plus Plus has seen many such candidates in the past. Your hiring manager will have no idea about the reason of your long work gap, merely by going through your resume. For example, the employer will not understand whether you held a job or just trying to hide your job [...]

Cover Letter Mistakes – 5 Clues

By |2013-04-05T21:06:34+05:30April 5th, 2013|Categories: Resume Tips|Tags: , |

Each resume should be accompanied with a well-written cover letter that will present you as a confident and capable candidate for the job. A cover letter should emphasize and promote your skills and expertise mentioned in your resume. It should answer any queries that are raised by your resume. We at Talent Plus Plus can help you to avoid 5 common covering letter mistakes and get closer to the job you are willing to get by clearing the foremost round of resume review. 1. Do not make your cover letter look generic. Everybody likes to be called by their name, if [...]

Resume Mistakes You Should Never Make

By |2014-05-06T08:30:06+05:30May 6th, 2014|Categories: Resume Tips|Tags: |

A charming face is the reflection of a healthy body similarly a well-written resume is the mirror of your skills and experience. Resume is not a versatile document which will qualify somebody to do any sort of job nor should it be floated to all the places. It is your gateway to get you to the right place to fulfill your goal with best suitable role. Be lucky to get noticed by the recruiters by avoiding these 13 mistakes in your resume. 1. Do not use copy paste objective: An objective is NOT JUST a general paragraph at the starting of [...]

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