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In today's competitive job market, a well-written resume is the single most important factor in getting your foot in the door and on your way to landing the perfect position. PakBRIDGE.com's Resume BUILDER gives you the tools to create, print and e-mail your resume, quickly and easily, all in one convenient location - online! Get expert guidance on writing your resume: industry and occupation-specific advice and recommendations for your personal career situation, at no cost. Don't miss out on that once-in-a-lifetime job opportunity - get started today!
:: Personal Profile ::
Full Name: *
Address Line 1: * (Please enter your half address here)
Address Line 2: * (Please enter your remaining address here)
Postal Code: *
Country: *
Phone No: *
Mobile No: *
FAX No: (Enter FAX No. If Any)
Email Address: (Enter Email Address If Any)
Website Address: (Enter WwW Address If Any)
Gender: *
Date of Birth: *
Martial Status : *
Nationality: *
:: Career ::
Career Objectve: This isn't all about you. It's about them as well. State not just what you are looking for, but what you can offer. Objective should be a concise, focused description of your strengths and the type of work situation you are looking for. Customize the wording to match employer's criteria.
::~ List of Best Objective phrases you can use here
Career Objective:
Career Level: Some times it would be necessary to state your career level in your summary specially if you are a freshy or have an executive career.
Career Level: (Freshy/Entry Level, Mid Career, Executive Career)
Summary: Summarize your greatest strengths, with emphasis on the skills or qualities most relevant to that specific employer. Make it clear how you can contribute to the employer's success. Note: Either fill Career Summary or Summary of Qualifications. Don't fill both!
::~ List of Best Summary phrases you can use here
Career Summary: Insert Bullet •
Summary of Qualifications: Insert Bullet •
Field of Interest: List all the fields you are interested in and applying for, it gives employers a quick look on what you are interested in. One field per line but not more then 5 fields in total. Example Fields: Marketing, HR, IT, Web Dev, Animation, Graphics, Media, etc.
Field of Interest: Insert Bullet •
Professional / Major Accomplishments: This is the place to brag a little. Employers are impressed by results, so show how you have improved past employer's sales, customer service, efficiency, and so on. Best for mentioning projects you accomplished. Usually described using one or two short statements - not nessarily complete sentences.
::~ List of Best Professional Accomplishments phrases you can use here
Professional Accomplishments: Insert Bullet •
:: Academic History ::
:: Secondary Education ::
Degree: School/College Name:
Year: Grade: Board:
Degree: School/College Name:
Year: Grade: Board:
Tips:
Degree - Name of degree along with field name (Example: SSC (Biology) / HSC (Pre-Medical) / O' levels / A' Levels / Etc...)
Grade - Enter grade you got (A+/A/B+/B/Etc...)
Board - Name of board you passed your degree from (Karachi Board, Federal Board, etc...)
:: Higher Education ::
Degree: University/Institute:
Year: GPA:
Major(s): Place:
Degree: University/Institute:
Year: GPA:
Major(s): Place:
Degree: University/Institute:
Year: GPA:
Major(s): Place:
Degree: University/Institute:
Year: GPA:
Major(s): Place:
Tips:
Degree - Name of degree (BBA/MBA/Ph.D/Etc...)
Major(s) - Enter Majors here (Marketing/Psychology/IT/Etc...)
Place - City name and the country or city name and province (Karachi, Pakistan or Karachi, Sindh)
:: Courses & Certifications ::
:: Course 1 ::
Course or Certification : Institute:
Year: Duration:
:: Course 2 ::
Course or Certification : Institute:
Year: Duration:
:: Course 3 ::
Course or Certification : Institute:
Year: Duration:
:: Course 4 ::
Course or Certification : Institute:
Year: Duration:
:: Course 5 ::
Course or Certification : Institute:
Year: Duration:
Tips:
Course - Name of Course or Certification (SEO Specialist, Coldfusion Web Development, Project Management)
Institute - Name of Institute followed by location or Web URL if did online (ABC Institute/ABC Institute, XYZ City/www.pakbridge.com)
Year - Enter year in which your did/passed course (2007)
Duration - Enter duration (Weeks and days only) of course (4 weeks, 8 weeks, 7 days)
:: Professional Experience ::
:: Experience 1 ::
Skills Developed: Job Title:
Company: Salary:
Duties: Achievements:
Date from: to:
:: Experience 2 ::
Skills Developed: Job Title:
Company: Salary:
Duties: Achievements:
Date from: to:
:: Experience 3 ::
Skills Developed: Job Title:
Company: Salary:
Duties: Achievements:
Date from: to:
:: Experience 4 ::
Skills Developed: Job Title:
Company: Salary:
Duties: Achievements:
Date from: to:
:: Experience 5 ::
Skills Developed: Job Title:
Company: Salary:
Duties: Achievements:
Date from: to:
Tips:
Skills Developed - Enter one or two skills you developed while working there. (Administration, Customer Service, IT Planning, Software Engineering)
Job Title - Enter your title/designation in that job. (Software Engineer, Freelancer, Marketing Manager)
Company - Write the name of the company, the city and the country if worked in foreign. (Format example: XYZ Company, XYX City, ABC)
Salary - Enter salary here. It's not necessary to mention your salary in resumes and highly not recommended when applying for a high paid or good job.
Duties - Make a short description of your duties. Prefered to seperate each duty with carriage return (Press Enter) and use bullets with every duty. See Help for formatting
Achievements - List the achievements you have made while doing your job. This is a very important part of a great looking resume. Follow the above rule for formatting or see Help. You can also use phrases in 'List of Best Pro. Accomplishments' here also!
Date from/to - Enter date in following formats (3rd Jan, 2007 or 03/01/2007 or January, 2007)
All fields will be displayed exactly you enter here. You can use bullets (Hold 'Alt' Key and press '0149') or numbers and carriage returns (Enter on Keyboard) but don't seperate your duties and achievements by commas, it will never going to impress employers!
:: Career Publications ::
:: Publication 1 ::
Author: Title:
Published in:
:: Publication 2 ::
Author: Title:
Published in:
:: Publication 3 ::
Author: Title:
Published in:
:: Publication 4 ::
Author: Title:
Published in:
Tips:
(Author box - Leave the space blank if you are the author, or write the corresponding word (co-author, editor, etc.) in this space, if that is the case.
Title box - Write the title of the document (book, journal article, technical report, etc).
Published in box - For a book, type the place of publication, publisher's name and year. For an article in a journal, magazine, web site, other publication, write the name of the publication, volume, number (within brackets), page numbers (after a colon), and year of publication. For a report presented in a meeting (convention, conference, seminar, workshop, etc), mention the name of the event, the city where it was held, and the year.)
:: Skills Developed ::
Computing Skills: If you have any computing skills then don't forget to state that all skills in your resume. It is extremely necessary in today's world to have some or basic computer knowledge. Employer's are quickly impressed by excellent computing skills.
::~ List of Best Computing Skills phrases you can use here
Computing Skills: Insert Bullet •
Personal Skills: If you are proficient in particular skills that your next employer is likely to need, mention them. Short not necessarily complete sentences are the preferred format. Listing skills is an excellent way to draw attention to qualities that could be of immediate benefit to an employer.
::~ List of Best Personal Skills phrases you can use here
Personal Skills: Insert Bullet •
Language Skills: Its not necessary to mention but sometimes works specially if you are applying for jobs in fields like Marketing, HR, Secretaries, and so on.
::~ List of Best Language Skills phrases you can use here
Language Skills: Insert Bullet •
:: Personal Achievements ::
Professional Memberships: List any organizations you have joined which are related to your work or to the type of work you are seeking. Belonging to a professional organization or association shows an involvement in that profession or interest in a related profession. It showcases your eagerness to remain current with new developments and to make a contribution.
::~ List of Best Professional Membership phrases you can use here
Professional Memberships: Insert Bullet •
Honors & Awards: Even being nominated (without winning) a prestigious award is worth mentioning. If you have been asked to serve on a board or committee, recieved an honorary degree, been selected to deliver a speech, represent an organization, or were singled out for a professional or academic accomplishment, mention it here.
::~ List of Best Honors/Awards phrases you can use here
Honors & Awards: Insert Bullet •
Activities: Describe you participation in volunteer activities such as fundraising or mentoring or on behalf of professional organizations. Activities should be compiled carefully. Students and recent graduates can use them to show strengths in the absence of a strong work history. Established professionals can include activities if they reinforce some aspect of their qualifications for a position or show activity while outside of the workforce.
::~ List of Best Activities phrases you can use here
Activites: Insert Bullet •
:: References ::
References: Employers generally like to see at least 3 references. Note whether you are giving them a personal or professional reference. Include references from previous bosses and peers. Pre-qualify each reference, ask each reference for their agreement to be a reference for you before releasing their contact information. By pre-qualifying each reference you get their permission to use their name and you know how positively they will speak about your work.
Note: If you leave reference field blank then a note will be placed in references section stating that references will be furnished on demand.
Person Name: Company:
Job Title : Phone No:
Email:
Person Name: Company:
Job Title : Phone No:
Email:
Person Name: Company:
Job Title : Phone No:
Email:
Person Name: Company:
Job Title : Phone No:
Email:
 
:: Resume Formatting ::
Page Background Color:
:: Name Title ::
Font Style: Color: Size:
:: Headings ::
Font Style: Color: Size:
Heading Background Color: Alignment:
:: Sub-Headings ::
Font Style: Color: Size:
Sub-Heading Background Color:
:: Descriptions/Details ::
Font Style: Color: Size:
Note: Default formatting of resume is already selected.
:: Bullets Help ::
You can insert Bullets (*.»°∙√ΦΘ) and Line Breaks (Press Enter on Keyboard) in TextArea Boxes (Text Boxes that allows to enter in multiple lines) for formatting. It is highly recommended to add bullets on start of every new line in TextArea Boxes for better display of information on resume. You can also use 'Insert Bullet' Link with Text Boxes to insert a standard bullet. Below is the Code table to enter bullet. Highlighted Code is a standard bullet. You can also use numbers (1,2,3,4,...) as bullets.
Note: For entering bullets; first Press & Hold down 'Alt' Key on Keyboard and type/press the code of that bullet and release the 'Alt' key then OR Just copy your desired bullet from below and paste it there.
Code Bullet Code Bullet
42 * 46 .
175 » 248 °
249 0149
251 232 Φ
233 Θ    
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