Just go ahead when it’s resume writing time, without wasting your energy on researching, polishing or unnecessary thinking.
If a job is meant for you, it will come to you when you try honestly by keeping things simple.
Yes, you have to show your worth during the initial interactions that you would make with your prospective employer while applying and then during the handshake when also you need to be sincere, mixing your skills with professionalism required at the new place.
If you are considering to pick between two jobs, the potential employer might also be seeing too many candidates for, may be, just one post. And if you are changing your job, the motive must be known to you and be made known to the interviewer.
A good home work on the employment opportunities and the competition is always helpful to boost your confidence. You should know who you are going to work for. As regards the offer, we encourage you not to settle for anything that may undermine your worth.
Evaluate yourself well, know your profile better, understand your capabilities and grow in abundance. You will be a happier person. When you look for better prospects, the workplace must match your expectations. A happy employee is always an asset to any organisation.
Finally, get in touch with your trusted friend or family to read your CV for typos, grammar and the outlook.
So, how close are you to your dream job? Are you ready for the handshake, a confident handshake? Go, do it.
…and in the meantime, start working from today on a strong work ethic to deliver at highest quality and on time.