I have to agree with Renee & add that there is a right & a wrong way to write up a resume'. with that said, might want to make sure you dont double any letters either, because there is nothing more annoying & frustrating then to read something with double letters in it. So, if you are writing on a certain page, suppose you had an account with f.book & you seem to be double typing there & your boss checked your resume' & then searched on f.book for you, saw you typing with double letters, that would be enough cause for that boss to say well I am not hiring someone that might double every other letter if I need her(meaning you) to type out an e-mail, fax or a simple memo!
I would consider quitting the whole double letter altogether...it really is annoying & I seriously questioned if I should have even responded to this post.
Hope you take my advice & have a great day!
It depends what the job is for, but usually, yes. Resumés outline your skills, work ethics and previous employment. Without one, your future employers have no idea what you are like at work. I wouldn't hire somebody without a resumé.
A resume is a brief, concise document that presents, and effectively sells, your most relevant and positive credentials for employment. For resume related help visit softwareresume.org This link definitely help you.