Hi Friends,

I am newly entered into this filed and i have completed my packaging course. can any one help me out what things mainly have to mention in the Resume regarding packages, so that we grab the interviewer sight on to them... please please.... Thanks in advance...
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read the packaging KB on this site. this will give you a good idea on how certain packages were authored

as as you can see there are lots of packaging questions that have been posted

have a go at these and please do not wake up in the morning with a headache
Answered 07/24/2010 by: cygan
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Check out the Interview Questions thread
Answered 07/24/2010 by: AngelD
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Having a resume that catches the attention of prospective employees is essential. If your resume does not impress the person who sees it, you will never get a job interview, so your chances of getting a job depend a great deal on your resume, Fortunately, resume template are available that can improve your odds and can be suited to your particular type of industry can make all the difference.
Answered 08/04/2010 by: nick2resume
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ORIGINAL: AngelD

Check out the Interview Questions thread


cygan will love you for the link to the post he keeps hoping will DIE! LOL
Answered 08/04/2010 by: bearden3
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Over the years, I've seen (and used) just about every format going, in terms of text layout. Thing is, a format which Person A likes will be rejected by Person B so forget the formatting itself. The key points to remember are:

- Keep it short. Most decision-makers will bin any CV longer than 3 pages.
- The front page should feature a brief personal profile and show where, how recently and for how long you used the technology for which the client is recruiting. The remaining pages should show the last 3 clients in detail, the rest in summary. If you feel you want to, include your education summary: school/college attended and qualifications gained.
Answered 08/05/2010 by: VBScab
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I'd agree with that, it's exactly what you want to see!

I've reviewed cv's for taking on contract packagers and the last thing you want is pages and pages of "bumph".
The best one's are the ones with a table on the first page detailing technologies and experience as Ian has said.
Answered 08/05/2010 by: timmsie
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