Biodata Format / December 12, 2018 / Nanette Watson
In the Philippines a biodata is a simple "fill-up" form. It is also used in skill-intensive jobs - for welders machine operators construction jobs and simple house and store helpers. It is important for you to know what your requirements are before applying for any position. With its short length the biodata can be an effective tool for the hiring manager to have a quick glance about one s education and experiences and thus evaluate its relevance to the specific job vacancy. From the past employment experiences written on the biodata one can correlate it to the future job performances of an applicant.
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.
Obviously there is a lot of competition out there from other job seekers vying for the same position. Youll need to start your resume writing by deciding on a format. There are essentially 3 different resume formats: the chronological resume the functional resume and the combination resume. Each has its advantages and disadvantages which is explained below. The Chronological Resume Format The chronological resume format is the most common and the one that people are most familiar with. In the chronological format each of your jobs and corresponding descriptions of responsibilities are listed in chronological order starting with the most recent job. Dates of each job are included on the resume and it usually includes a career objective section skills & attributes section or profile section and an education section.