You are well on your way to a powerful resume but you need to take the time to proofread and make necessary edits; ensuring that there are no typographical errors, mispeld words and grammatical mistakes. A good resume with these type of errs shows signs of carelessness and lacks an eye for detail. You could have a friend or colleague proof your resume.

Make your resume reader friendly. Have professional summaries, bulleted lists and short paragraphs. Use more white spaces by spacing paragraphs properly. ALL CAPS throughout could be a sure sign of shouting and that is not what your resume is about.

Be sure to include how to reach you at home, on your cell and your email address along with your residence or online portfolio such as LinkedIn.

A powerful resume includes all these elements and if you still need help with your resume, just ask.