translated from Spanish: What is a resume and how to make one

Getting a job often requires sending or delivering a resume to your employer, and if it’s your first job, you may have no idea what it is and how to do it, don’t worry that we’ll answer all your questions below. According to the Mexican Academy of Language the Latin phrase curriculum vitae literally means «career of life», which is used as a nominal male phrase with the aim of designating the relationship of personal data, academic training, work activity and meditos of a person. «I was asked to send the famous résumé vitae in detail»
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Read more: What is a comic book and what was the first published in the storyHow to make a resume
If you have no experience in developing a resume and are looking to get your first job, it is advisable that you use a basic and hassle-free resume structure, and once done you can adapt and add information according to your needs.

To get started, it’s important to have all the data on hand so you can write it easily.
Don’t write your resume by hand, unless your employer or company demands it this way. It is always preferable that you do it on a computer and with a suitable font.
Be breb, concise and direct. The resume should not go past one or two sheets at most.
Check the resume a couple of times to correct possible misspellings
Be honest and never investigate information
Use blackists and highlights for clarity and professionalism.
We do not advise you to use abbreviations or colloquial expressions.
Attach a photo to the resume, it must be recent and credential size. Preferable to color.

What’s in a resume?
There is no general and unique standard for the content that a resume should carry, and each professional profile requires a specific document, which depends on training and experience (if any), however, the most general structure would be as follows:
Personal data: First and last name, date of birth and place, marital status, personal address, contact phone number and email address.
Academic training: Maximum degrees and studies you have, end date and place where you took them.
Complementary training or experience: Courses, seminars, conferences. Specific duration, place and date. As well as company name, date, job and performed functions.
Additional information: Data of interest such as: driver’s license, availability, geographic mobility, etc.



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