8.    Be careful with verb tense. If you are referring to pervious work experiences, use the past tense. If you

        are still employed with a company, use present tense. Include action verbs to describe job duties such

        as achieved, demonstrated, and delegated. Do not use the same verb repeatedly.

2.     Appearance - Use font sizes of 10-12 points. Choose a font style that is easy to read. Use bold type,

        underlining, and capitalization to highlight points such as company names and titles.

1.     Put all of your contact information at the top of your resume including cell phone number and personal

         e-mail address.

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6.    Write in concise, bulleted phrases - not complete sentences. The employer should be able to quickly 

        identify past positions and relevant job duties.

7.    Write objectively. Do not use I, me, or my.

4.    Highlight skills and pertinent experience at the top of the page.

10.    Do not list references on your resume. Add the phrase "References Available Upon Request" at the

          bottom of the page.

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9.    For each work experience description, arrange skills in order of importance.

5.    Check for grammar, spelling, and punctuation before sending your resume to an employer.

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In order to compete with many qualified candidates, you will need a clearly written resume to emphasize

​your skills and experience to future employers. It should effectively communicate your background, past​ job history, and objective for your next position. The following guide will provide you with tips to create a​ resume that will catch an employer's attention.

3.    Confine your resume to a single page. In some cases, two pages are acceptable, but never more than

        two pages. Include name and page number on second page.

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