Highlighting your achievements on your resume ensures that you get noticed; however, what else should be included when creating your resume? We all know we should include our experience and employers but what if there is a gap in employment? Should you lie to fill in the lapse? Of course not! Any great resume writer will create your resume so that the gap is less noticeable but is still included and emphasizes your value to employers.
Here is a list of sections you should include in your resume:
- Contact information
- Summary and specialties or contribution highlights
- Career synopsis, achievement, employment
- Education and Certifications
- Languages, special skills, presentations or publications
Since each person delivers something unique, your resume should be as unique as the individual and should always emphasize the value you bring to the table.