When you are looking for a job, the most important piece of information is your resume. It is the resume that helps you get a job. It’s the decider as to whether you are fit for a particular job or not. It is the ultimate document which determines whether you will be selected for a particular job or will you need to go to a few more job search sites and test your fate.
While the resume needs to have all the information which may help you in landing your dream job, there are certain things you should ensure are not included in it. Check out the top ten things which should not have a place in your resume at all:
1. Unfitting email id: The last time I checked, you were trying to get a job, and not impress anyone. When it comes to the email id in the resume, please ensure it is suitable and does not contain words which may put the employer off. I completely understand that the email ids would have been trying to sound cool when were in college, but that definitely needs to change once you are stepping into the professional front. If you once had an email id which said JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING or JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING , I’d suggest you change it ASAP and use a much professional one in the resume. A JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING or JLIB_HTML_CLOAKING sounds much better.