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  • Have you ever wondered why you are getting few callbacks despite the fact that you have sent out literally thousands of CV via email and dropped even more in mailboxes?

    Many job seekers face this kind of dilemma constantly and are unable to tell what the real issue is; they have the necessary qualifications and experience but are unable to go beyond the first stage.

    If this is your story, your CV might just be the reason why you are stranded in the job market. As a job seeker, your CV is a marketing tool for your brand (YOU). It is your first foot in the door and like many others, it is a chance to sell yourself and make the hiring manager see why you might be a great option for the open position. It is important that your brand is not lost in the crowd; there will be many other CVs competing for attention and if your CV does not cut it at first glance, the recruiter will trash it after scanning the first couple of lines.

    Would you rather get a shoddy once over or a call to
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  • Job portal is leveraged with hordes of resumes. Where does your resume stand? Want to highlight your skills on the top? Want your resume to win the rat race?
    Building a unique and captivating resume is a great weapon in the artillery which will help you win your desired job. So, where to start from? How to make your resume stand ahead over other?

    Here, we have shared some resume writing tips for college students which will help them reflect their skills, and background in a professional manner appreciated by the employers.


    Make a list of your experiences
    Your resume description should be written in a precise language which should sound professional and it should reflect your personality at the same time.
    You need to make a list of experiences relevant to the position you are applying for. The experiences can be from the field of school activities, academics, extra curriculum activities, internship, jobs etc. Incorporating all these points in your resume will help the employer
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