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4个步骤让你的简历改头换面//4 Steps to Give Your Resume A Makeover

当你着手制作自己的第一份简历时,你是否有这样的感觉:

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或者你想把自己以前简历翻新一下,我们都可以帮忙哦。

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对跨国公司来说,任何一个职位都会有超级多的人来申请,而你想要确保自己的简历能脱颖而出进入下一轮。看看你的简历,问自己一个问题:你的简历能说明你是个怎样的人,以及你在新的公司会怎样工作吗?如果不能,我们教给大家四个步骤,使你的简历优化到更高的层次,帮助你给未来的老板留下深刻的印象:


一、简洁
大多数雇主看你的简历只会看两三分钟,然后就决定是否对你有兴趣了。如果你的简历太长或者语言组织不好,可能就不会得到面试的机会,因为你的简历中找不到关键信息,让他愿意雇用你。

如果你刚刚大学毕业,或者是位职场新人,你的简历不要超过一页。不要把高中时期参加的每一个社团都列出来,你需要强调的是大学里做的暑期实习或者工作研究,还有你完成的相关课程作业。
 

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如果你有超过七年的工作经验,你可以制作最多两页的简历,不过还是要确保简历上的每一项都符合你要申请的职位。不管你以前的经历有多丰富,简历上的每一部分都要简洁,要深思熟虑。你要把简历打造的让你的雇主不管是阅读30秒还是30分钟,都能抓到你的闪光点。

二、注意格式
和长度一样,简历的版面设计和你希望读者最先了解的内容也很重要——尽可能让雇主很容易看到你的名字和联系方式,并且考虑下,哪些工作经历可以放在简历中靠前的位置、哪些放在相对下面。
 

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我们建议把和这次申请职位最相关的工作经历写在简历的最前面(靠上)。如果你热爱时尚,就不要把你最喜欢的设计师的名字放在简历的最下面,你应该把自己在市场品牌实习的经历写在最上面。

无论你是参加了很多大学的社团,或者曾经工作了好几年,一定不要试图在一页简历上挤下尽可能多的内容。好的原则是,字体不要小于10号,因为没有未来的老板愿意眯起眼睛去看你简历上密密麻麻的所有内容。

 

三、明确具体
从职位名称到日常的工作职责描述,你提供的细节越多越好。不要只表述自己具备“市场营销策略”,你应该解释下自己具体做了什么,也就是“操作两个社交媒体平台(微博和微信),以创意内容推广A产品的销售。结果在10天内新增粉丝一万人,产品销售额增长15%”。在这个例子里,求职者具体列举了他们所作用的销售方式——以及判断他们营销成功的成绩。

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简历中工作经历描述比较概括的求职者,要么是在夸大自己在前一份工作中的作用,要么就属于积极性不高的员工。数据和细节可以显示出你的特点和你能为新的团队带来什么价值。无论你在公司中处于什么角色,都有办法可以量化你的工作,你要做的就是表述中多一点创意。

 

四、校对、校对再校对
简历是最能详尽地展示你的英语能力、得到他人注意力的方式了。雇主会从拼写、语法、逻辑错误这些方面评价你的简历。如果你写的自己的英文水平流利,那么你一定要保证自己的简历读起来和你表述的英语水平相当。

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即使是以英语为母语的人在简历上也会出错,这只能告诉雇主,你的工作没有让你骄傲,在发送简历前也没有认真检查。简历对你的意义很重要,如果简历上出错太多,那么你的雇主可以看出来将来你为他们工作,你的工作质量不会太高,他们不会愿意看到这样的情况。

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简历是你给未来的老板留下的第一印象,你要保证自己显示出来了最好的一面。欢迎点击BestEnglishName.com,我们提供了全新的简历修改服务,会有以英语为母语的人士从拼写、语法和逻辑错误方面帮你修改简历。发邮件到BestEnglishName@QQ.com,进一步了解我们的新服务吧。

Whether you're just getting started on your first resume and feel like this:
 

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or just looking to give your existing one a face lift, we get it and we're here to help.

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For international and global companies, employers receive large numbers of applicants for any one position and you want to make sure your resume helps get you to the next step in the process. Look at your resume and ask yourself: does your resume represent who you are and how you will work at the new company? If not, we have four easy steps to help you take your resume to the next level and impress future employers:

Be Concise
Most employers will look at your resume for only two or three minutes before they decide whether they're interested in you. If your resume is too long or poorly organized, you might not get the interview because they couldn't find the key information about what makes you a great new hire.

If you're a recent college graduate or a young professional, your resume does not need to be more than one page. There is no need to list out every high school club you participated in, instead highlight that summer internship or work study you did during your time at university and highlight relevant coursework you completed.
 

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If you have more than seven years of experience, you can have up to two pages but again make sure that every listed position applies to the position you're looking for. Regardless of your previous experience, be concise and deliberate with each part of your resume. You want to make sure you shine whether an employer reads your resume in 30 seconds or 30 minutes.

Pay Attention to Formatting
Similar to length, it's important to think about the layout of your resume and what you want the reader to learn first. Make sure that it is easy to read your name and contact information so the employer can follow up with you. Think about what jobs you list closer to the top of the page and which ones you put lower.
 

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We recommend putting your most relevant work experience towards the top of the page. If you have a love for fashion, don't list your favorite designers at the bottom of the page but instead put your internship at a fashion brand as your top work experience.

Whether you were really involved in your university community or you've been working for a few years, resist the urge to squeeze as much content as you can on one page. A good rule to follow is use font no smaller than size 10 because no future employer wants to have to squint to read everything you'd fit on the page.

Be Specific
From your job title to your description of your day-to-day responsibilities, the more detail you include, the better. Instead of just writing “marketing and sales strategy,” explain what you specifically did, ie. “Leveraged two social media platforms (Weibo and WeChat) with creative content to drive sales of Product 1. The campaign led to 10,000 new fans in 10 days and a 15% increase in product sales.” In this example, the candidate listed exactly what kind of marketing they did - social media marketing - and they listed an accomplishment/way to measure the success of their campaign.
 

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Candidates who list general descriptions of their work appear to either be exaggerating their role in their previous jobs or not highly motivated employees. Numbers and details help showcase who you are and what value you can bring to a new team. No matter your role in your company, there is a way to quantify the work that you do, you just might need to be a little more creative about it.

Proofread, proofread, and proofread again.
Nothing shows your English ability and attention to detail like a resume. Employers will evaluate your resume for spelling, grammar, and logic mistakes. If you're listing your English level as fluent, you want to make sure that your resume reads like a person's who's fluent.

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Even native speakers make mistakes on their resumes and it just shows employers that you don't take pride in your work and don't double check projects before sending them out. And if you make that many mistakes on your resume, something that means a lot to you hopefully, they aren't excited to see what quality of work you will send to their clients if you work for them.

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Resumes are your future employer's first impression of you and you want to make sure you're showing them your best side. At BestEnglishName.com , we're offering a new resume editing service, where native speakers will edit your resume for spelling, grammar and logic mistakes. Email BestEnglishName@QQ.com to find out more about this new service.

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