resume. Monday , September 11th , 2017 - 05:26:54 AM
5) Avoid the usage of funky fonts and colors in your resume. The best ones to use are Franklin Gothic, Ebrima, Arial, Cambria, Garamond, or Book Antiqua as they are compatible with ATS systems and easily readable.
Resume experts argue over whether this section is really necessary. Most seem to agree that if you are a recent college graduate, you should state an objective. Another category of job seeker who could utilize this portion would be those of you who are changing careers. If you don't fall into either of these two categories, most resume experts seem to think that any job objectives can be reviewed nicely in your cover letter.
- Do not use different types of fonts and add some pictures to make your CV more attractive. You should only use font Times New Roman for your resume objective and do not add any pictures to make it looks more professional and show your respect to the readers.
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