How to Write a Resume
Think of your resumé as your personal representative. If a resumé is well written, clearly presented, and has a neat, orderly appearance, there is a great chance that your prospective employer will call you in for an interview.
In this sense, a resumé is a screening device. Those who write good resumés get through the screen; those who don’t are left outside.
As you can see, the resumé is vital to your career, and thus, requires careful planning and meticulous thought.
Never dash off a resumé in fifteen minutes and send it to potential employers. You will only be advertising your carelessness