Biodata Format / December 12, 2018 / Nanette Watson
Always highlight your achievements with clear and powerful use of language and at the same time easy and catchy to read. This isnt that easy though. You need to master the art of selling without looking like youre trying to sell. The best pattern or format to write an impactful resume is to stick to the facts. Attach a slight benefit to the sentence which reflects how it applies to the company you are applying for. The importance is to realize your product (you) and your market (your possible new employer). Match their requirements up with your strengths and you should be plain sailing! A professional resume is easy to draw ones attention. Use short and clear sentences and in a readable font. Make use of white space to carefully draw attention to key areas.
Before you can know which of the top resume formats will work best for you it is important that you understand the purpose of each of the formats. There are three primary resume formats. Chronological Resume This format places a great emphasis on your work history and education. This is the format most people think of when they hear the term resume. For decades this was THE resume format. However times have changed and now other formats have become acceptable for resumes. You should consider using the chronological format when you have a strong work history and academic achievements. Not all of us have that strong work history displaying a clear career path. For many reasons including the unavailability of the right job many of us have taken a job outside of what would be considered a normal career path.
Usually Biodata is collected in a fill in form. The information that is collected from a Biodata form is the first impression a recruiter or company sees of a potential employee and the first chance the potential employee has to land the ever important interview. The Biodata form is a collection of questions that retrieves information about that person s life and work experiences. The form allows a person to express their opinions beliefs and values. This gives recruiters and potential employers and idea of what type of personality one has based on prior behaviour. Biodata also gives an idea of what employees want to achieve in the future. What future job aspirations they have and where they see themselves.