There are some common phrases used by many in resume. These serve no purpose and need be avoided.

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  • Re: avoid stereotyped phrases in resume

    by » 6 years ago


    There are some common phrases used by many in resume. These serve no purpose and need be avoided.

    http://in.finance.yahoo.com/photos/revealed-5-overused-resume-phases-slideshow/


    Focus your resume on what you have done, not how you have done it. Instead, relevant examples of past projects or tasks will help. In the absence of the detailed picture of what actually you have done, no amount of ornamental phrases will work.

  • Re: avoid stereotyped phrases in resume

    by » 6 years ago


    People sitting on the other side of the table know everything better than candidate. They filter out every detail they need. There is no need to write useless details because a resume is introduction of your abilities, nothing more nothing less. A family background or your hobbies are least required items there.

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  • Re: avoid stereotyped phrases in resume

    by » 6 years ago


    It is very true.
    Some times, some candidates are done their resume by copying-pasting from internet.
    So, they don't face too many questions actually and get nervous.
    some candidates repeat their information in their resume.
    candidates should avoid these things.

    Be positive

  • Re: avoid stereotyped phrases in resume

    by » 6 years ago


    It is very true.
    Some times, some candidates are done their resume by copying-pasting from internet.
    So, they don't face too many questions actually and get nervous.
    some candidates repeat their information in their resume.
    candidates should avoid these things.


    "Relevance " is the key word. Good resumes carry the message smoothly to the prospective employer.

  • Re: avoid stereotyped phrases in resume

    by » 6 years ago


    People sitting on the other side of the table know everything better than candidate. They filter out every detail they need. There is no need to write useless details because a resume is introduction of your abilities, nothing more nothing less. A family background or your hobbies are least required items there.


    I typed many resume for others. Writing about hobbies are very common. viewing TV or playing cricket. Resume should be in brief.

  • Re: avoid stereotyped phrases in resume

    by » 6 years ago


    People sitting on the other side of the table know everything better than candidate. They filter out every detail they need. There is no need to write useless details because a resume is introduction of your abilities, nothing more nothing less. A family background or your hobbies are least required items there.


    I typed many resume for others. Writing about hobbies are very common. viewing TV or playing cricket. Resume should be in brief.


    Yes, resume should be brief. Many are of the wrong impression that the length counts. Many use same stale stock irrelevant phrases beating around the bush. It creates a negative effect.

  • Re: avoid stereotyped phrases in resume

    by » 6 years ago


    I agree with you, they have a bad impression on all of us, but nowadays the food and nutritions are not pure and don't even grow in the pure condition because most of the farmers use chemicals to grow them fast, it's now the need of today.

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  • Re: avoid stereotyped phrases in resume

    by » 6 years ago


    I agree with you, they have a bad impression on all of us, but nowadays the food and nutritions are not pure and don't even grow in the pure condition because most of the farmers use chemicals to grow them fast, it's now the need of today.




    Emma why are you up so late, it must be 3.30 in the morning when you wrote this post and perhaps missed the reference of the thread. Beside the link about Tweed heads NSW is not relevant here as I also live in NSW and know little details about this area. Hence the link is deleted.

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