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Top 10 Things You Shouldn't Include on Your Resume

By SiliconIndia  |   Thursday, 23 August 2012, 03:28 Hrs   |    6 Comments
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Bangalore: In any of your job hunting process the first hurdle that you need to face is to prepare an attractive resume which can get a call from the recruiters. If you are very much serious in searching for a job, then you should never go wrong in the process of preparing an attractive resume. To prepare an attractive resume you need to be clear on what you are going to write in the resume and it is better if you avoid adding few crucial things that can create problem in your future career. So, if you are curious to know about the things that you shouldn’t mention in your resume, check the listed below important things you should never ever mention on your resume that has been reported on various websites.



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10. Using too many objectives:



If you want to get a job, it’s better to mention about your relevant personal information that are very much required in all the companies and about your skills that can help for the company’s profit. Apart from mentioning these things, there is no necessity to glorify about yourself on the resume by adding objectives like, you are awesome at working and you deserve that job at any cost. If you mention like that, for sure the recruiter will think that you are desperate about getting that job.



 



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1: Well,

Here are my views...

Attaching Photographs has no harm & also helps in following ways:
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2. During Precheck - helps to identify the person in social media sites
3. A photo on resume can also helps in identifying the posture ( Presentable)
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