How to write a successful resume
Make your CV brief. Even if you are a highly skilled specialist in his field, the employer will not read it if the information will be stretched to several pages. But with a limited amount of summary of experience, skills and achievements should be set out clearly. If you can tell us about yourself and your past work a lot of information, you should choose the most basic and specify them. The rest can be reported in the interview.
Present the information in the summary logically and consistently. It should be started with specifying the name, address and other contact details (telephone, e-mail, icq, etc.), you can be contacted. Next, write about your previous work experience. This section should be approached carefully. Should not limited only to company name, dates of employment and position. Also, specify what was included in your job description, what skills you gained, and what successes have been achieved in previous work. Next, write where you studied and what education, what specialty has received. The name of the institution fully indicate that the employer was trying to decipher the acronym. If passed any courses, list them. Don't forget to write. what languages you know, the level of proficiency with them. You can then present additional information: Hobbies related to the job, willingness to travel etc.
When writing a resume, avoid negative information so as not to set the employer against yourself.