resume. Tuesday , April 18th , 2017 - 09:24:59 AM
There is often confusion as to which form of documentation is most appropriate in certain circumstances surrounding the use of a bio or a resume presentation. If you're having difficulty discerning which is the most appropriate format for a given situation, the following will help you define which is best in your particular situation.
Basically, the resume is merely a calling card; it introduces you in outline form to a prospective employer. Your only aim is to make this introduction as painless as possible for the reader by not attempting to say too much. But a poor resume which is ugly to look at, poorly organized, and fails (sometimes in spite of several hundred words) to quickly give the reader an outline of your background will harm your chance to have an interview.
Today, there are many people that use a bio as well as a resume when applying for a position. Since a BIO is a perfect means of introduction, it allows the author a method of explaining a bit about themselves as well as their services and their company's mode of operation. Most often you will find entrepreneurs, artists, writers, business owners, professionals and consultants utilizing a BIO but it can work in various other situations. The true purpose of a BIO is to convince those who are reading it that they should be interested in you. Primarily it should inspire the reader to feel confidence in your ability and encourage them to consider your work or services.
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