Top 5 Executive Resume Writing Tips

Here is the second part of our top 10 executive resume writing tips:

6. The Cover Letter: Almost all resumes will need a cover letter and the executive resume is no exception. A decent cover letter will take you quite far in any business, and when you write it you will need to detail yourself, your skills, and where you want to be in the next ten years. This will help them to decide whether or not you will be a good fit with the company, and if you are, then you will undoubtedly find a home there. Executive positions are difficult to obtain, but with the right cover letter you will have a fighting chance.
 
7. Understanding the Needs of the Modern World: One of the biggest mistakes people make in creating an executive resume is failing to understand what the world needs. The best thing you can do is keep yourself up to date with all the new technology, understand how to use it, and figure out how to incorporate that into your resume. This brings us to the educational section.
 
8. Education: All resumes need to have an educational section and an executive resume needs to contain all of the relevant education information. For instance you will need to list the schools you attended, the level of experience you have gained with certain software applications and anything else you might deem relevant.
 
9. Resume Writers: If you are having trouble writing your executive resume, you might seek the help of a professional resume writer. There are plenty of individuals out there who can help you out in this aspect, and it might serve to get you the job you want.
 
10. Be Professional: This is the most important tip we can give you. Maintain a professional attitude and walk into the interview with pride knowing that you have created the perfect resume.

 

Gail Esparan