5 useful tips for writing RESUME


Whether you are writing a one-page document or two-to three-pages document, there are number of things that you MUST keep in mind. The first is that the reader of your Resume will probably assess yours along with many others. They will probably have limited time to do this, therefore be sure to write a Resume that will lead you straight to the interview and not to the bin.


  1. Choose the right Resume type
  • Decide the purpose of it and think about your personal circumstances. Be sure to use the basic font that is easy to read. Write the important information’s like your full name, address, gender, marital status, birthdate, visa category [if necessary], e-mail address and others.
  1. Keep it concise.
  • The reader will not have time to read through five or six pages, no matter how impressive the details are so make every information clear and in few words.
  1. Write your skills that are relevant to the job on the first page.
  • Almost all employer is looking to this part first to decide whether to keep your resume for interview or not. So, make the most out of it and write all your appealing factors that are relevant to the job you are applying for.
  1. Understand the job description and write a Resume specifically for that job.
  • Every job has different line of qualifications, so make sure you understand what the employer is looking for and make a different Resume for every job you are applying for.
  1. Emphasize your experience and contributions not your responsibilities
  • Where have you been and what value you contributed will give the employer the idea of the things you can offer for the company.

Remember that your Resume is the key for you to get the interview that leads to the job you wanted.

We will be waiting for your Resume that stands out among others.


5 things you should not say at a job interview


If there is ONE thing that nobody wants, is a bad job interview. Even worse, if you come across as a liar. Unfortunately, when trying to be that “perfect candidate”, some might go a little too far and end up saying things that they will later regret.

1. “I was fired from my last job, but it was not my fault.”
Try not to make excuses. Present the interviewer with facts.

2. “I can do anything!”
Don’t go to an interview thinking you know what the interviewer wants to hear.

3. “Are you going to check my references?”
That might not be the case, but it will make the interviewer wonder what you are trying to hide.

4. “I don’t have any weakness.”
Yea, you do. We all do.

5. “My only weakness is that I work too hard/much.”
Almost like repeating the one above. Even if that is true, it will sound arbitrary.