Your future starts from your Résumé
A well written résumé is paramount to making a positive impression to potential employers. Realistically, employer or HR staff will look at your résumé for about 30 seconds and only if impressed will dig deeper, so make your résumé easy to scan, with the important information highlighted on the first page.
Be sure to use a simple font and effective spacing. Be specific and concise. Information in your résumé should always be tailored and relevant according to the job/role you are applying for
Do always include:
Ideally your résumé will be 2 pages maximum unless you are at 10 - 20+ years of experience, in which case possibly 4 pages.
Remember that your résumé is meant to highlight your skills, experience and achievements. It should be clear, concise, and professional. Your personality shines through in your interview.