A fresher resume requires different focus and it needs more concentration on a candidate’s potential skills and academic record. Preparing a resume is a challenging task for any college graduate or fresher. Because they don’t have any work history to support their profile. They need to bank upon their proposed skill sets to the prospective employer. Below tips may helpful for the people who are writing their resume first time when they get interview calls.
Summarize your profile: A fresher resume should aim to project that you are more potential rather than an experienced and work history included professionals. Listing out academic projects and achievements projects that you have excellent knowledge in your domain and you are an active and fast learner and adds value to your position. A fresher resume need not to showcase how he/she is a good worker, but you should mention your projects and trainings if any under taken as part of their curriculum.
Highlight your course work: Give more explanation to the part of curriculum and which is most required skill set for the position you applied. Listing academic and achievements and awards received shows that how you are an active and fast learner and that should not stop you from mentioning training and projects undertaken by you.
Be it relevant: Be clear about the information which you want to share with recruiters. Your resume should clearly speak about your profile, qualification, skills and your career goals. A fresher resume should project the information that, the candidate fits for all requirements matching with all vacancies they have. So, make a resume with all highlights of your academic and marketing skills that matches with the requirement.
Be clear and informative: Mention all details in an order that will land you in good profession and give an abstract of your profile with academic details you have. Don’t provide much information in the little space as that looks overloaded. Give more space for each section to make your resume more visible.
Proofread finally: Your resume should not give space for a recruiter in finding errors. If your resume contains any grammatical and spelling mistakes, then it gives the impression that the candidate is very careless and not serious about the job search.