Google is a company in which people dream to work. However, people do not understand what are those things that they should keep in their resume, so that they can get a job. The reason for this is also clear, because your resume That is the most important thing, which can get you the job of your dreams. In a way, resume is the window through which employers get to know about you better. That is why it is very important that you fill the correct and useful things in your resume.
At the same time, a Google recruiter has posted a video on Tiktok, in which he has told that if you want a job in Google and companies like it, then what things should not be kept in your resume. Erica Rivera, Senior Recruiter at Google, who lives in Chicago, has given some tips on Tiktok, which can make your resume great. So far, 20 lakh people have seen Erica's video on Tiktok. People have also praised Erica for telling these tips to include in the resume.
In the video, Erica says that she has screened thousands of websites and found that people write very unnecessary things in their resumes. Let's go through those tips…
Do not forget these five things in CV
- Do not write full address: Rivera says she doesn't want people to write the full address on their resume. Just writing the name of the city and state is enough.
- Do not write complete work history: While preparing the resume, take special care of what work you have done in all the institutions you have worked in till now. Do not write its information in more details. Include only those things in your resume, keeping in mind that you have applied for your post.
- Use of Weak Action Verb: Rivera urged job candidates not to use weak action verbs like 'I helped', 'I was responsible for' in their CVs. Instead they use active verbs such as streamlined, managed, implemented, improved, strategized, increased, produced.
- Reference information: Erica Rivera said that candidates should also give the option of Reference available upon request in their CV, that is, if someone wants to understand your work from your old company colleagues, then they can use it. Rivera says that if the company needs a reference, it will ask you about it.
- objective: Google recruiter told that objective should not be written at the top of CV. He said that it has become old and in today's time it is not in trend.
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