How to write a winning resume that will win that interview. | Part 1

A resume is an informative summary of your skills, abilities, education, and experience. When writing one you must indicate your strongest assets and skills relevant to the job that you are applying for, and differentiate yourself from other candidates.

Before writing your resume make sure your skills match the requirements of the employer, it should be tailored with the skills required. You shouldn’t tell them what they don’t need to know.


Make it easy to read and understand.
Be consistent in content and formatting.
Include your contacts.
Check your spellings and Grammar.
Include facts to imagination.


  1. Include your picture.
  2. List your references.
  3. Include sex or age.
  4. Use slang.
  5. Write to impress, write to express.