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 What is a resume?

A resume is a brief history of your working experience, education, and  accomplishments that you prepare for job application. In general, a great resume should be:

  • Clearly presents your facts in an easy-to-read style.
  • Your employer can find your strength at a glance.
  • Dynamic action verbs to make your past come alive
  • Its appearance says, “I’m proud of who I am and what I have done.”

Resume Writing Tips

  • Think Relevance. Your resume is not an autobiography; it is a compilation of what you’ve got that the employer is seeking!
  • Limit resume to one page.  Most of the time, recent college graduates do not have the experience to justify a two-page resume. If you need two pages, make them two complete pages.
  • Accuracy counts. Make sure your resume is organized and neat.  It should contain NO spelling and/or grammatical errors. Have several people - CDC staff, professors, classmates, supervisors - read it to look at it with "fresh eyes."
  • Use action words.  Avoid passive or weak phrases. 
  • Be consistent throughout the entire resume with display techniques, punctuation, verb tense, dates, and spacing.
  • Avoid abbreviations.
  • Never include high school information on your resume.
  • Use bullets to describe your duties/responsibilities. They create the illusion your resume will be quick and concise to read. Begin each bullet with an action verb.
  • Do not include references on your resume. 
  • Your resume should look professional. Use white, cream, or gray bond paper.  Do not include fancy fonts, pictures of yourself, personal information, or unusual bullets. 
  • Personal information (religious affiliation, sexual orientation, gender, marital status, age, etc.) is irrelevant.
  • Never use resume templates or wizards. Always use a word processing document to create and update your resume.
  • Font size: 10 (minimum), 12 (maximum); Headings may be larger.
  • Margins: 1 inch (ideal); ½ inch (minimum)

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