Effortlessly Build your job profile in Less than 20 Minutes!

Okay, you are in your final year. You are finally entitled to say “Gone are the days to give a damn, be gone my books, I set you free”. Well, never say this to your teachers; they usually hate dichotomizing attitude. Anyway, it is time for you to get a job or maybe, you are looking for a more prominent one. You have tested your skills, and you believe they are competent. However, the real question is, how would you highlight yourself on a piece of paper?

Well, there are usually three ways,

First, write the job description you want on a big piece of paper and stand in front of the company, they’ll call you in, “60 percent of the time it works every time” as quoted by Brian Fantana from the movie The Anchorman. If this does not work, follow the other two ways.

Doesn’t make sense though!

Resume is a document, usually over one or two pages that will help you present your backgrounds and skills. Moreover, it will help you a lot if you are a fresher looking for a new employment. Coming out of the college with no experience, recruiters will not mind hiring people with no facial hairs, believe me.

CV (Curriculum Vitae) is a detailed document usually longer than resumes, containing achievements, experiences, skills, education, which needs to be in chronological order. To present yourself as a professional, never mention things that do not fit for the job description, like Pro-Juggler or Gold medal in 48 hours sleep competition.

So, get help from the professional websites that will provide you the formats and tutorials to build your own resume or CV.

Some great sites that will definitely help you.

1. ResumeGenius — Easy to understand, a popular place to build quickly.

2. Overleaf — Great website with sample images and formats.

3. LiveCareer — Amazing site to build resumes online.

Explore more on CybrHome, great website with collection of more than 20+ different websites on building resumes and CVs.