12 Tips for Writing an Entry-Level Resume

12 Tips for Writing an Entry-Level Resume

By ResumeKraft

When you are just starting out your career, you may not have a lot of experience to list on your resume.

If you don't have a lot of experience in the field you're applying for, focus on the skills you do have that can be applied to the job.

1. Highlight your skills

Make sure to use industry-specific keywords so that your resume will be found when recruiters search for candidates.

2. Use keywords

Every resume should be tailored to the specific job you're applying for. This means specifying your relevant skills and experience.

3. Tailor your resume

To make your resume more dynamic, use action verbs to describe your accomplishments.

4. Use action verbs

Whenever possible, include numbers to back up your claims. For example, if you increased sales at your previous job, by how much?

5. your achievements

Don't ramble on, and only include information that is relevant to the job you're applying for.

6. Be concise

This one is important! Make sure to proofread your resume for any grammar or spelling mistakes.

7. Check your grammar

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8. Use professional email

There are three main types of resume formats: chronological, functional, and hybrid. Choose the one that will highlight your skills and experience.

9. Choose right format

When it comes to resumes, less is more. Stick to a simple font like Arial or Times New Roman, and avoid any fancy formatting.

10.  Use a simple font

When you're finished, save your resume as a PDF so that it will look the same on any computer.

11. Save as a PDF

Ask a friend or family member to look over your resume before you send it off. They may catch something you missed!

11. review your resume

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