Understand what your resume is about to gain: Resume is, in fact, an approach to market your own image. Your goal is to impress the employer to open the path to the interview phase. With such goal, your resume must achieve the following: Prove to the employer that you truly want to be employed and are willing to contribute your best to the job; Show the employer that you have good qualification and working experience that exceed other candidates; Show your personality and traits that are suitable to the job; Present your good achievements at work that you have gained; Show that you are ready to enter the interview.
Make your resume and resume differ from those of other candidates. As such, you should never start your resume with such general salutations as dear sir, or dear sirs,... Normally, when a company posts publicly a recruitment ad, it will surely address the name, address and contact number so as the resumes may be sent to correct address. Do not miss these important details and do not forget to start your resume professionally with clear address of the company and even, the name of the responsible person. The employer will understand that you have researched carefully about them and correct your resume before sending to them, and, you have gained a good score then!
Focus on the most importance: A resume or a resume both requires focusing points. You should go deeply into the most important points about your qualification and knowledge about the job and the company. You may make bold or italic important points (if printing). The length of your resume should not be more than 1 page and there must be a full name with signature at the end of the page. Also, do not forget that the content of the resume and it must not be different in information, especially important ones. However, it is neither a part nor a summary of your one. So, differentiate the it is function and resume.