5 things better not said in your resume

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 5 things better not said in your resume

Just like anything else in life, too much Information can also be bad for you, especially while giving out your details to a potential employer as a resume. A resume is a document that is supposed to showcase your qualification, skill sets and experience in the employment market. It is important to make sure you include all the relevant information in your resume, “relevant” being the keyword here.

 

Adding unnecessary information that is not relevant might jeopardies your job prospects. Don’t worry, we at Hyersnap have you covered. Here is a list of five things to leave out in a resume, avoid these and your resume speak for itself.(exactly as much as it is supposed to)

 

 

 

1. Gaps in Employment

 

If you have any gaps in your employment history, it's best to leave them off your resume. Potential employers will likely want to know why there are gaps and might have biases against it, therefore it's better to explain these in person, after you secure an interview.

 

 

 

2. Salary History

 

Your salary details looks belong in your bank statements and not your resume. Including your salary history can give away too much information about what you're currently earning or have earned in the past. Leave it off your resume.

 

 

 

3. Objective statement

 

An objective statement is not required on a resume since your objective should be clear from the rest of the information you include. Moreover, potential employers aren’t interested in your vision and goals for the future. What they really want to know is whether or not you are a good fit for the company and apt for the position in question.

 

 

 

4. High School Education

 

Unless you are a recent graduate, your high school education is not relevant to your current career. We have a space crunch, so use the space on your resume wisely and make sure you make every word count.

 

 

 

5. Typos and grammatical errors

 

This one is self-explanatory. If your resume is full of typos and grammatical errors, it will not inspire confidence in potential employers. Therefore, it's always better to run your resume through Grammarly or any other grammar and writing check software. Or even better, use HyreSnap, where all statements are prewritten, typo free and in perfect grammar.

 

 

 

Going through all these points makes you realise that resume writing is no joke. There are
so many pointers to take care of! A single mistake can cost you your dream job! But don’t
worry, HyreSnap is here to help!

 

 


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Author: Khushi Malhotra