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How to write a good resume

A good resume can make a person being short-listed for an interview. It's important to ensure that your resume covers everything in order for the prospective employer to get a complete picture of you and what you can offer the company.

First of all, provide contact information such as your home address, phone number and e-mail address at the top of your résumé. And list an objective at the beginning of your resume and target it to the job that you are applying to. Objectives give the prospective employer an idea of what you are looking for.

Then, in a second section, outline your education, awards, accomplishments and anything else you wish prospective employers to know about you. Do not exaggerate, and do not include any information on your resume that a recruiter can’t verify.

Finally, keep your resume to no more than one page. Employers receive a lot of resumes for one position and won't have the time to go through a 3- or 4-page resume.

How to write a cover letter

A cover letter t tells the potential employer what position you are applying for and it gives you another opportunity to sell yourself and your credentials(凭证).

The first paragraph is your introduction and should explain the reason why you are writing. The title of the job you are seeking along with the name of the publication in which you saw the job posting should appear. The last sentence of your introduction should express your interest in the job and confidence in your ability to do it.

The body of your letter should explain why you meet or exceed the requirements of the desired position. The easiest way to do this is to know what the employer is looking for. Do your best to relate the job requirements to your skills and experiences.

Keep your conclusion short and simple. Express your interest once more and repeat your confidence in your ability to do the job. Finish by indicating that you will be in contact to determine the next step.

How to write an abstract

The abstract is a general synopsis of the entire paper. There are two primary styles of abstract: descriptive and informative. Typically 200-250 words, a scientific abstract consists of five key parts: purpose, background, methods, results, and conclusions.

Identify your purpose. The reader wants to know why your research is important, and what the purpose of it is.

Explain the background of your study. Using the material and keywords set aside from your paper as the basis, write 1-3 introduction sentences that explain the research topic, purpose of the study, and research question.

Share your research method. The second-longest section of the abstract, your methods section should explain in 2-3 sentences how you conducted your study and what exactly you did

Demonstrate your results. Write 1-2 sentences describing the results/findings of your study. Major findings include key quantitative or qualitative results or identified trends.

Give your conclusion. Conclude with the main point and impact of your research. In 1-2 sentences, iterate/repeat your overall summary of the project and its theoretical and practical impact on the related field(s) of study.