Here a list of the Don'ts
√ It isn’t a log of your job history.
√ It isn’t a summary of skills.
√ It isn’t going to automatically get you a job.
Think of your resume this way: It’s an advertisement, and you are the product. Your goal is to get hiring managers to buy into your skills.
Remember simply having a resume isn’t enough to get you an interview, you need market your skills.
Here a list of Do's to create a winning resume
√ Contact Information – Contact details must be outlined near the top.
√ Resume Objective – Use this a introduction of your job-seekers goals (tailor this section of your resume to each employer).
√ Work Experience – For this format, you must have a consistent work history (or one that isn’t too patchy).
√ Additional Skills – Your skills section can still be used to highlight personal attributes you’re proud of (again tailor this for each employer).
√ Education – Your degree(s) and certifications (if relevant) should be prominent.
√ Accomplishments – Be sure to mention your most impressive awards and honors.
Hope this Helps Jose