by Tyler D. | 5 min read
Sitting down to write your resume can be down right scary! What’s even more taunting is knowing the Do’s and Don’ts of writing your resume. Your resume is a personal reflection of you and you don’t want to sound desperate, needy, or show a lack of confidence. What you do want to do is show your personal best by bringing your skills and confidence to the table. Doing all this while writing a great resume can be tricky.
What you do want to do is show your personal best by bringing your skills and confidence to the table.
This is where Resume Beacon comes into play. You can write your resume through a step by step self guided platform. Along the way you have extras such as the Job Hunters' Handbook and even free cover letter templates.
Here are a few key Do’s and Don’ts to help keep you on track when putting together your resume.
Although your education is important, your experiences, skills and past jobs tell the recruiters a lot about your actual knowledge. Don’t feel like your education is held up as your highest accomplishment. Do Not feel that you need to highlight education, especially if you don’t have a fancy degree. In fact, if you upgrade to one of premium templates, you are free to remove the education section if you’d like.