I am not a resume writing expert, but since I end up going through 100's of resume for interview shortlisting. I can suggest few common sense tips..

1. Mention your full name, current location (state and city), phone number and email address at the start.
2. Your resume should open correctly when directly opening from email client like Microsoft Outlook.
3. Write what skills you have.
4. Write some basic details about your work history.
5. Any other things is good but optional.

The above is not rocket science or some esoteric way to write resume. It is simple plain things which the other person would look at. Don't just think from the candidate side, also think from the interviewer side. You will get some gotcha moments.

Mansoor Shaikh

Associate Vice President at JP Morgan Chase & Co

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