Things are finally looking up in the world of work.
The information on this page offers some tips and advice on how to make your resume the best it can be.
If you haven't worked much before, one or two pages is best, but three pages is okay if you've got a lot of study and work behind you. If your resume is only one page, as long as it's well-presented it might get better results than a two-page resume full of unnecessary information.
More information about the length of your resume can be found on each of the resume templates on our Sample resumes and cover letters to top of page Generally it's always good to present the information on your resume in this order: Not everything in this list must appear on your resume every time, and the order can change from application to application.
Did you know HR departments use software to “weed out” resumes with outdating formatting or the wrong “keywords”?
Candidates with resumes designed to make it past these filters are more likely to be seen by actual hiring managers and reduce hiring time.