There are some things you should avoid including in your resume for getting better in employer’s eye.
1) Fake things or bragging
Be honest to yourself. Make your resume as a reflection of your profile. If employer found out incompatibility in your resume and your interview it will not only cost you a job but also harm your reputation.
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Our resume critic team found out that employers no more wish to see References on your resume. Instead you should provide them on interviews if asked.
3) Reason of leaving past job:
Prepare this information for telling in person. At an interview you can spin it as relevant to the situation. Whether you was unsatisfied with salary or work or you just wanted to advance your career.
4) Certain Profile data
You should only include your address where you can be contacted and your E-mail on resume. ethiciency, religion, marital status, number of children, height, weight, should be included only if relevant to job profile where you applying.
5) Salary Expectation:
Applicants normally unsure about company policy that how much company wish to pay for the job profile your are applying. Defining salary expectation too high or too low can eliminate you from consideration. Discuss about salary only after you are finalized for the job.
Unless you asked for it or your job profile demands it. It’s not essential. Most applicants think that this gives resume a professional look, but our professional resume writers don’t think so.
Using pronouns in resume makes it feel weird. Say completed instead of I completed.