There is no denying that writing a resume should be practical and realistic, but it is not advisable to be too modest.
1. Don't be too modest in writing your resume
Some job seekers, especially fresh students, always write in their resumes: "due to lack of work experience, I am willing to start at the bottom of the company, and even the company can test my ability for free". This is excessive modesty. Fresh students have no experience. In fact, employers are very clear. If they really want to use fresh students, they are interested in the potential of fresh students. As for "free trial", it's against the labor law!
2. Too fancy resume is counterproductive
College students hope that their resumes can be creative and can impress HR in the snowy resumes. They are well intentioned, but it is easy to backfire. Jinan headhunter said: the fancy of the resume is mainly reflected in the following aspects: setting the cover of the resume and binding a large book is a waste of HR time and paper; Some "creative resumes" are too outrageous and exaggerated. For example, there is a resume with four big words on the front page: "wanted Bole!" It's angry and funny; Some students use colored strokes to highlight their resumes, with various stickers and cartoon patterns; More students write short poems on their resumes, which makes people confused.
Resume is used to convey personal information. It is better to use telegraph language and start with verbs to indicate what you have done, activities you have participated in and honors you have won.
Don't include large paragraphs in your resume. Don't exceed three lines in each paragraph. The font doesn't have to be too large, just 4 small.