Over time everything changes but your resume is still stuck in the same old rules. If your resume is the same as 99 percent of the world’s people, then how did you stand apart from the crowd. It is important to break the old rules while writing your resume. Forbes said in one of his reports that what should be done to make the resume effective and in which words should CV be written. Let us know what are the 10 rules that you need to break while writing the resume.

10 Rules to Break While Writing a Resume:

  • Break this rule which says that you cannot use I in your resume. This is your resume, you can address yourself by writing.
  • Instead of writing your words in pieces, write them in full sentences. Use Full Sentence instead of Sentence Fragment
  • Break the rules of not writing your words in strict official language.
  • Break a rule that forbids you to express motives for your career in your résumé or to write what you want to do new in your career.
  • Write your boring resume in your language and make it interesting.
  • Break the rules of writing your skills in your resume. All the applicants say the same skills so that there is not much difference. Instead of telling skills other than technology, tell us what you have achieved.
  • Don’t let people think about what you have achieved in your life based on your job title or studies. What work you can do in life will not determine your job title.
  • Avoid begging or pleading for a job in your resume.
  • Avoid writing things like operations, sales, marketing or customer service. It has become very old to write all this. Decide what you like to do and find a job accordingly.
  • Finally break these rules that tell you that you are nothing more than your job title and skills and you should be hiding behind them.

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