Get Frequent • Be in the habit of updating your resume once in every six months. • This exercise can be an eye opener, in the sense that, it will keep reminding you of how proactive you have been in enriching your work experience. • Updating your resume on job portals also increases your visibility on them and keeps you informed about the lucrative openings in the market.
Look Keenly • Make sure to check the trainings/seminars section. • Make additions if needed. Any workshop or project experience can add a lot of weight to your profile. • The trainings can include technical skills, managerial skills, soft skills etc. • Also consider if the objective is in synch with what you are looking for in the job market today.
Scan For Unwanted Information • As you move progressively up the ladder, there would be some points which would now seem futile to mention in the resume. • These points may have been valid when you were seeking a job or when you were at a much lower rung, but no longer remain so.
Beautify Your Resume • Don’t let your resume look stale and aged. • Hunt for new innovative formats to make it stand out. • A simple change in format will transform the resume and give it a brand new look. • Any good looking product sells in the market and so will your resume.