1. When constructing a document, writers should always keep in mind the audience and the message they are trying to get across.
2. Make sure the layout of your document is in the correct format.
3. Everything should be correctly aligned, neat, and straight to the point. Don't create a six page resume. A busy employer doesn't have tome to read a document of that length. Keep it to one page, two at max.
4. The most important part is that there are no grammatical errors or mistakes in the document.
5. Only insert relevant information in your document. You should not use the same resume for every job application. Only include information that is important for the position.
6. It is extremely important the author does not lie in the document. Always remain honest and clear, and try not to insert misleading information to acquire the job.
7. Don't expect to create an employment-related document in a short period of time. You should always consider that this is for an employment opportunity and that excellence requires time and patience.
"How to Write a Resume That Doesn't Annoy People". Silverman, David. Harvard Business Publishing. Nov. 11 2009.
"How to Write a Resume". Monsterguide.com. Nov 11 2009.