Be prepared when you send out your Resume/CV. That is vital when you’re actively searching for a job. Often, mistakes made while preparing and sending the Resume can be “fatal” when your Resume is considered by the potential employer.
So, eliminate the competition by eliminating these errors:
- Do exclude “resume” or “CV” at the top of the page, or the date you prepared it.
- Do not sign your resume.
- Do not list references, or incorporate the line ‘references available on request’. It will be expected that you have these prepared, so don’t squander important space on your resume by mentioning this. Have references’ names and contact information prepared to go and ensure they’re willing to talk for your sake.
- Contact Information.
- Do not list your date of birth, gender, marital status, or parents’ names. It’s not required under the employment law in Canada, and is not needed in the Canadian resume format.
- Where conceivable, ensure you have a Canadian address recorded. Incorporate a Canadian mobile number.
- Ensure that you have an email address that looks professional. It ought to be a blend of your first name and last name as it were. Avoid outside domain names. On the off chance that vital, set up another email address for your occupation chase.