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Make A Great Resume: In Less Than 50 Minutes

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7 Lessons (46m)
    • 1. Course Introduction

      1:00
    • 2. Reverse Engineer Resume

      13:17
    • 3. JD Research & Matching

      9:24
    • 4. Resume Wording

      5:56
    • 5. You Need To Pass The ATS

      1:43
    • 6. My Story

      3:12
    • 7. Live Resume Making Using Overleaf (LaTeX)

      11:15
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If you're looking for a job and want to increase your changes of getting a call from recruiters, this is the course for you!

In this course you will learn how to research the right role, and how to match your resume perfectly with it and increase your chances of getting a call. We will also explore and understand what makes a resume better in terms of design, how to word your resume points, how to reduce whitespace, what tools to use etc. through examples and comparisons.

I'm Kushal Jasoria and I've helped a lot of candidates negotiate a better pay, get a better role, improve their resume and find their dream job through personal consultations. I've got jobs in various companies myself as well and in this course, I've tried to condense all that experience and share it with you. Hope you find it useful and if you do, please leave a review!

Meet Your Teacher

Hello I'm Kushal

I'm an engineer, bio-scientist, YouTuber, business consultant, entrepreneur, public speaker, musician & an online educator.

Basically, I like solving problems and have, worked on upskilling myself in lots of different skills.

I enjoy teaching on skillshare and below are the courses I'm currently teaching.

I'm a productivity geek myself, and like helping others be more productive.

Hope you find my classes useful.

 

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1. Course Introduction: Hey friends, I'm cautious, dysuria, and across my career I've got better jobs by making a better resume and I've helped hundreds of people do the same for themselves and even get hikes off to a 100 percent. And today, I want to help you make a better resume through better job description research, better keyword research, better designing, better use of the whitespace and better wording. We're going to explore tools like Overleaf Canvas and Google Sheets in this course with a focus on Overleaf. So let's get down to it because today I'm going to help you make a better resume so that you can get that chart. 2. Reverse Engineer Resume: Okay, so let's take a look at a few resumes. And I'll also show you different tools so that you get a quick idea of how regimens can be made and using what tool, how it would look. My recommendation would just be three tools. One is Canva, the other is Overleaf, and the last one is Excel. And in all three, my primary recommendation at least currently, is Overleaf. In the future, maybe the tides can change. I have made resumes and got an interview calls from all the three. So we will be discussing about all of the three starting with Canva. All right. All right. So what do you see in this resume? First of all, you can see that there's a separate personal profile it in the person has written the exact skills and added the keywords. There's a photo also edit. This is not compulsory in most cases you don't need to add the photo. You may or may not choose to add it. The person is added the designation, contact information. Many times this contact information is not required. They will just collaborate with you via email and the rest of the background verification can be done separately where this location can later be confirmed. Other person has also separately listed the technical skills and non-technical skills and the education history is given below. The work experience is given on top or on the resumes need and has the right keywords stuffed in so that even the ETS can track it. We'll talk about that also. And additional information about the person's positions of responsibility is also given here. Now this is a resume which is not the best quality which somebody who is learning is making, have removed the personal information. Nothing about the personal information is given out, but we just need to objectively see the resume. So this person has worked at some company and just given the words like worked on these things, but output is not mentioned. This is something which is about the phrasing of this endings. We'll discuss this separately about how a sentence should be framed. In terms of education, everything is mentioned. There's just an internship so the person doesn't have work experience. That's why that as humans not the best also, because the person needs to learn what you can also see in terms of design, things are structured in the right place, but there is just too much of whitespace. There could have been more US or more text in the resume. Or if there is not a lot of texts, maybe the design selected could have been different. Hobbies are listed. It could have been listed in a more fun way. Maybe the marks, again are not mentioned. The scores that the person achieved in these could have been mentioned. Mole skins could have been added, and they could also have been mentioned in a design which was better optimization, not the best design. Now let's look at this one. The design structure is okay, but the text is too small. Person has to really go deep to understand the text and there's a lot of whitespace. All of this could have been used better. The text could have been in a bigger size. Again, photo is not compulsory. Office manager of what kind? Even management team building, staff development, okay, again, it what happened is that the core skill is difficult to understand. Or maybe the person is a non-technical role of doing any type of Office Management. Okay. Administrative assistant. So we can see that the person also has three years of work experience or right. And then to present. So right now, when I'm recording it, it's 2021. So one-year work xy as a four-year workings. The person has mentioned this cool marks, so that is good. But the overall design could have been improved. The old design superficially looks fine, but when you try to read anything, it's very difficult. In this design. What is happening is that the thing that section out. Well again, there is too much of whitespace, too much of gap. The font would have been bigger. Very difficult to read through it. A personal profile is mentioned, okay. Awards and achievements, skills and abilities. Now here my work, more skills could have been mentioned if the person is into marketing, probably some digital marketing skills could have been mentioned. Some core marketing skills which are required for which industry? Marketing campaigns. So what sort of campaigns, what tools were used for those marketing campaigns? Now those skills I mentioned, yes, it's very difficult to point out what marketing problems can this person exactly solve? Here we can see the person has been in some positions of responsibility in school and college, which is a plus, but very difficult to identify what the person was actually doing in their company. Okay? Now here we can see, okay, very clearly the person's web designer and developer contact information super. The skills that are mentioned in the ratings are also mentioned, which is good. It's hard to make it. You can make it, but I don't recommend you doing that. You just mentioned this because what happened is all the Photoshop and everything is mentioned here. The keywords are not there. So the ATS, which is going to use automation to read the keywords that's not going to be able to detect it. So ideally, you don't want to make this. You want to make something which has the keyword as well as this cooler, that is also fine. Right now what can be read is all these interests, but this cannot be read. Okay? I look at the experience the person has, okay. The education. That education was here, masters and graduation. Okay. And the experiences in mostly freelance because this is the one after graduation. So the person has not done a full-time job. If the person wanted to make the references available upon request, then this point should not have been IDed only. This could have been omitted, something else could have been added. Okay, let's take a look at this one. Again. Canva gives great design. You will not find it very easy to work with the text. Now you can see the university education about me, something which not every recruiter like to read. It's not something which is compulsory. Most likely you can omit it. At least the skills are written in textual format, so that's good. You get to see the ratings not necessary. Again, I'm saying not necessary to put these ratings. Contact information need, need design, at least for a graphic designer, design should have been need, which is okay. Now this is an empty area and the resume, but it doesn't look odd because of the design. Let's look at this example. So that I assume as good readability is also okay. Design is catchy. The GPAs mentioned over here, it's something separate, so it's not about a GPA. Instead of employment summary work experience would have been a better we do right here because that's traditionally what recruiters read. These numberings are not needed. Anything which is not needed, don't put it in there assuming only, but what is important, you need to explain yourself very nicely in just one page. Okay, Let's look at a few more examples this time from Overleaf. So this one is not very good in terms of design. The keywords or stuff which can help it pass the ATS. But the designing could have been improved, at least this could have been written in bold. Some structuring could have been done. The person has not mentioned anything about education and the design is not the best. This area is completely whitespace. I would not recommend this one. This is okay, this popular. You can neatly put your information here. Skills. You can add all the keywords. You can segregate also which ones are required, which one is not? This is the law, the best as you may have seen. Now this hobbies and interests idea, you don't need to put it in this way. Don't try to do, or what I should say is don't try to overdo anything. This again is a neat design. So Canva, you can get very good designs in terms of the graphics. But an Overleaf, you can get great designs in terms of the structuring. I would recommend Overleaf. As of now. This is a very popular one also which is used here. The location is given in this way, and you can have the date given in this format and write the additional information. This is again good. You don't need to put all these images or explain a day of your life and write all these languages in this kind of a heavy method. You don't need to, as I said, due to many design-related things into your resume, keep it well-structured and just actual people will read it. I would not recommend putting things inside this box because you want your ATS to read everything neatly and you don't want to hinder it. So I would not recommend this template very strongly. Work history, there should have been more space used here so you don't need this wheelchair to remove it at the work history. Don't add tag like this. You have put the skills. Yes, you don't need to put this. Now. I don't recommend putting this line and this photo, nobody reads it. People want to know exactly our work HTN skills, that's all. And education. This is a very famous resume Actually, it's going around on the Internet a lot. What you can see is the experience is listed in the best way. I would recommend reading this as you may look at how they experience. Within the experience, the points are written and how they're phrased. We will talk about this in more detail. This is very important to read. Education, you don't need this. You could have done away with the design and repeated texture. I'm very heavy on textual because recruiters just like to read what's there, what's important rest of the things they can figure it out in the coil. But this is the best design. I got my, I got to initial set of goals when I was a fresher, I use this format and I was able to convert and get a few calls ME increment from two to 13 goals of IQ happened with this and inspirational you, of course, I kept improving. I went from here. And after this, the next resume and that they made looked something like this. This is a good design, but again, I don't want to put things inside a box. Vy naught is related in a need to be directly here or the whitespace comes in between, unless your sentences are long and they fill the page and don't go for this one otherwise, if you have long sentences, this is good. This is a very good template. Put your education here, put your experience here in one go. Euler information can we put neatly without taking too much of and needed space in some random areas, you can put it all in a structured way. What you will not get in this as you made a lot of maneuverability lake if you want to put a lot of points in their experience in you want to add some of your personal projects also, then this might not work. This is the one I use right now. The best template, I would always recommend this. I'll add the link to this also as a resource in the screen so that you can directly go ahead and use this template. This is the best one. So now we've looked at the main things which we need in and as you made it, the design, the text, how to put it. And once you've got an idea of these things and you also gone through three tools. Now we'll go deeper into how we can phrase this in lenses, how you can explain your work experience better. I'll do those him and allowed to help you sort of come out with your own in the subsequent set of lectures. So hang on, and we'll get to that. And by the end, you'll be probably able to use some of the templates that I suggest or any other tool you can use. Even they're a very popular tools like No worries me, is that whatever you prefer to use, you can use and you can just Google, you'll find one of them. These are just the three that I used, which I can say, you know, if they work with. So in our discussion we'll just stick to these three, but you can use any. The main thing is I want to give you an idea of how to make the resume. First, we've gone through a few designs. Next we'll go through a few JDs to understand how Judy's book and then traditionally will build on how you can match your resume with the 2D while adding your skill set. 3. JD Research & Matching: Alright, now, whatever job you're preparing for, you don't go at it by telling, say you want to be a product manager, but you will also list your skills in a resume in say, gardening or cooking or music. That is not going to be a very relevant point to put, although you might be good at something like that, but you don't want to make a resume which is 10 pages long, right? There might be a 100 and the skills you have, you have to stick to the point there. Suppose you were making a resume for the product manager role, which is very popular these days. Read a few JDs. What do they want? Okay, they want a bachelor's degree. Okay. These are the keywords. You know, they want some Scrum experience. They want, okay, these keywords self-motivated, okay, maybe UX designers, engineers, everyone okay, in our tribe, okay, and that's something else. Okay, but somebody who has collaborated with UX designers, engineers okay. Benefits. Okay. That's separate. Okay. You did not get a lot of keywords here. Maybe just scrum, right? Only one keyword, Scrum. So they need that. Okay. What else do they need? What else do they look for? Csp OCS M. Okay. Digital product managers, one that okay. So scram, CSM, CSP, okay. What else? Crm tools, Google Analytics, Mixpanel segment, Google Analytics. Okay. So you can write it down somewhere, okay. Dram Mixpanel segment, Google Analytics, CRM, maybe somebody who's done engineering. Okay. Scrum, CSP. Oh, okay. What all do you know? Keep listing those. What all do you know? Keep picking them. Okay. Now, for this company and we're looking globally right now, you can also look nationally, but I'm looking for a tech role. That's why it goes mostly it'll be the same. What do they need here? Okay, could not get exact idea of the keywords. Really responsibilities also, okay? Yes, but focus first on keywords. Okay, let's look at this. So here, Okay, three plus your experience. So they look for some experience and analytic. Okay, analysts is good analysis skills, game development. Okay? That is maybe if you're going only in that niche, Okay, what do these people need? Okay, They want somebody who can do PRDs, product manuals, product backlogs, daily stand-up review, Agile Ceremonies, you AT user acceptance testing, go-to-market strategy, DSPS, SP platforms. Jail is a keyword they want. Okay, so now you have an idea that what you need to go for, and this is very important. Many a times people want to apply for a job, but they go without a specific target. Hey, which job you want? You want to be a product manager? Do you want to be at talent acquisition manager? Do you want to be a project manager? Do you want to be a human resource business partner? Do you want to be a sales executive, a sales assistant, sales manager, sales operations manager. At digital marketing manager. What exactly do you want to be? First target that, then you can do your keyword research when we were talking about in the last video. So do the keyword research in this way that what are the skills they want? Because that's exactly what you want to define in your resume. And also, if something is not here, that means that keyword should not be there in your resume because that is irrelevant. So suppose you were looking for, you know, you were able to identify some product manager skill set. Suppose you were looking for something else. Now, let's try maybe a sales profile. Maybe yeah, Sales Manager. What do they need there? Do you fit there? Let's see. If you're a refresher you want to explore. If you're not officially have done 34 years of working, maybe around four years plus a vertex. You don't need to do that. But if you have done maybe less than four, you might still be exploring a switch or something, so you can see it that way. So they want SQL, HTML, java, JavaScript, Unix, okay, Vizio, PowerPoint Word or a. Let's look at something else. Now. They want Salesforce, JIRA Confluence, SharePoint. Okay. Okay, what did they need here? What do these people need here? Global SAP, leased line MPLS, cloud infrastructure security. Okay, This is different. Okay. Aca targets. Not sure with this one, okay. Many of them want Salesforce. Salesforce is something which most of them won. The person to be knowing. Marketing solution, consulting, business development, renewal and retention. These are not the core skills, but more on the responsibilities. Say you were looking for HR role. So now say or human resources manager. So the keywords again change. So now you see how to start with the vision of making a resume. It should be first define that which role you want to target. Once you've done that, you're going to multiple resumes in case you're targeting multiple different types of roles. But first it should be clear which role you will target. Do it by backward engineering that see what keywords they're using, what they look for. Start with the skills first, then look at other things so that you can also make your language sound as per the responsibilities they want. Reverse engineer. You can also use this website to see a lot of traditional, you know, how it's going to be structured. The job description. Lignin is a great source by the way. So now we've explored product manager weeks. We've explored sales manager. Let's quickly look at human resources manager. So here you need a chart payroll experience with a mid-sized company at least. Okay. They've written the benefits, but okay. Okay. This is a Talent Acquisition Rule. Sometimes they need start-up in your resume as a keyword, you worked at a startup. They look at it positively. Many startups when they are hiring. It, recruiting can be a keyword in human resources management itself is a keyword. Mba, HR can be a good keyword to have in case you've done it. Startup, see, startup is a keyword that they like. Employee lifecycle, employee on-boarding employee engagement and exit, appraisal retention, performance, people development, agility, fast-paced environment, collaborating with stakeholders, so collaboration, right? I hope you got the message that you need to reverse engineer your resume instead of just directly making it based on what you internally feel. Look at what the market once match the keywords. Easy thing to do, easiest step. Now what do you have to do is design it in the right way, match the right keywords. That's how you get the perfect resume, which is going to get you the right calls. Again, I'll go deeper into else explaining you the tools with which you can get this done faster. 4. Resume Wording: So in this video, I want to discuss with you about the work experience part, which we write in the resume and how your resume it, text can be transformed to be in the right way so that you can convert better. So now let's, let's just take a look at this example resume. And what has been written here is you can see pretty much and it explains the nature of the work, but does not define it very well in terms of quality or quantity. You just get a very brief overview of the work, but you don't get into the details. And in a resume you really want to explain the details of the work that you do. So say if the Buxton wrote, saved this one, your resume, and you wrote something like maintained and organized numerous Office files. You could have instead written lake maintained and organised. Do 1000 Office files that would have been more quantitative. The dates are given here. So a bus and get even analyze, okay. This Peter, this person did this task, constantly updated the company's contact and mailing lists. And short of this, you can be like maintained, are constantly updated. The companies it's obviously well for the companies who can remove this part. Updated contact and mailing lists of 5 thousand customers, and reduce the line length to keep it shorter. Monitored ongoing marketing campaigns. Now, you can maybe give information about, okay, monitored marketing campaigns. For monitored say in this Peter, 3 marketing campaigns, reaching over 1 million people. And improved. Mm-hm. Improve, optimized it. Optimize, reached by 20 percent. Monitored Briscoe it again, instead of this year, it can be about coordinated press coverage. On over 30 by over 30 companies, by over the media companies. Press coverage width 30 million number it is not this way. What happens is you have qualitatively defined your vocals. So you can also say exactly this much is the work unit. You also define it quantitatively. These two are very important. Similarly, you know, to give you more examples, handle the company's online presence. Regularly updated a website with cumulate reach of 25000. Manage online presence. Vip say, plus, and social media accounts. 25000 per month, monthly. You should also be very careful with the words you use. Do not overuse. Try to keep your sentences, Chris, because nobody wants to read really long sentences. They would want to read a structured set of sentences that which you can convert. That's it. Monitored on when marketing campaigns monitored ongoing. Again, this is similar. So say again in this case, ongoing online. On Google AdWords with a budget of over 100 k USD, say something like that. Red recitation for perspective claims. Prepared five presentations for prospective claims late. So I hope that gives you a better idea of how you should also transform the texture in your resume to be more crisp and define your work more quantitatively. 5. You Need To Pass The ATS: This is just took quick thing I wanted to mention to you, and this is how many ADS is advertisers and it's also. So as you can see, you know, many of them are used by companies with which they can automatically track your application. They don't have to go through certain 1000 resumes. They will shortlist and just use some of them which match. There is something going to match score with these companies will be able to see. So this match score is generated by the software automatically reading the skills and the keywords you write in your resume. So what do you want to do is that is why you want to do the GED matching and then put your skills in a resume so that you have a very strong match. And then the ADS will rank you higher. So many IDSs or Lydia advertise themselves in this way. So just showing you some of these, how they advertise themselves and how they structure. So you know, the radio skills, the radio title, and they automatically tell you how good a match. A UR, as in how good you are, is informed to the recruiter. And then they only pick the ones which are in the top of that. So if your resume is not ranking, even if it is well-designed or whatever else, but if not moderate skills and give us a naught, then the duty matching, the recruiter will not notice it. So that is why you want to make the perfect resume so that at least it gets noticed. And when you are making a perfect resume, which means you are only targeting a specific rule. That will give you more clarity also. And that will also give more clarity to the recruiter that okay, this is exactly what you're ducking. And that can lead to better conversions. 6. My Story: Hey there, I'm crucial dysphoria and across the Earth, I've gotten tens of offers from companies, have interviewed with hundreds of companies. I've worked for four of them. And in my roles, usually because they were mostly around management, I have always had something related to recruiting as a part of it. There was a few years where I was also working on timed acquisition as a goal function. In that part, I had to go through and tech and non-tech profiles across various geographies including India, Southeast Asia, America. And I had in that fees gone to thousands of resumes from so many roles. They was able to identify certain patterns that work and which don't. And i was a fresher datetime, although I realize that I use to apply to 600 companies a week. And initially I was not getting many calls, maybe two or three. Then I spent three weeks is trying to perfect my resume. And after that, I started getting late, 13 goals of IQ. And in less than 20 days I had my first job. So I realize, you know, that's the value of making a resume whenever switching and exploring more opportunities. Of course, I went through a lot of different, different designs. How to explain your work better, how to keep the overall orientation of the resume. What keywords to add, you know, across the years go into a lot of resumes. Giving interviews as well as sticking interviews has given me an exposure to sort of share these experiences with you, which can help you frame your resume battalion convert their job faster. In fact, not a longtime back. One of my friends who lost his job due to the Coen layoffs, was trying to get a coil for the product manager or and he reached out to me and he's like, you know, I've spent 3B exchange will get enough interview coils, but I've just been able to get like one or two. Can you just check my doesn't make any helped me out and I helped him out over the weekend retreat just as you maybe spend a few hours and Monday a blade. And usually he had fought interviews lined up for him. Saw that's whenever okay. I can provide some good value. And then a lot of my friends and people in the network started reaching out, hey, can you help us with our resume? And that's why I decided to make this course so that I can condense all the years of knowledge of going through thousands of resumes for different type of roles from freshers to ten plus years experience. What works, what doesn't work? How do match your resume better with the job description? So you're going to understand things in this course, not from the point of view of the interviewee, but also the interview word. And once you understand what the interviewer wants, that's when you can make the best resume. And we will convert those job roads. So I hope this course helps a lot of you in converting your jaw grows better. I really want to help you get that job. And whichever if it's if you are a fresher or if you're a senior person who really wants to tweak their regimen the rate wait, let me help you get the optimum resume so that you get those interview. God's. See you in the next video. 7. Live Resume Making Using Overleaf (LaTeX): Now canva is something which pretty much everyone knows. It's very intuitive to use. It's very easy. Overleaf, I've heard complaints from many of the people have told that they don't know how latex works. They get a little bit confused. Sometimes. They get a little bit scared of using Overleaf sometimes. So I want to show how this works as well as go deeper now into how you should design the language of each sentence that you phrase here in your resume. So I've selected the favorite template of mine and we'll go deeper into how we can make a resume. So we'll work on this now. Say your name is and you know, it is very easy. How this works. All you need is just click here automatically. You'll be able to find the area where this name is picked from. So say I clicked education. It brought me to education area here. So I click Jake Ryan over here. So now we can replace this name. So suppose your name is John low, which is just a or John Smith. Okay? So that's how once you click recompile, it's going to show up here. Okay? Now, wherever you studied, you can put it here. You can edit this. I want to talk in a lot of detail about this area. But what you can add here is your, say, CGP. So you can add your CGP. So you can add something like, you know, eight GPA. Like in a bracket, maybe. You can add it like this. Adds more credibility. Okay, Let's say you're, you're writing your experience here. So maybe you've already a company, 3M company. Okay. And you did your, your, uh, say say you are a content vertical persons, so you're like a Content Manager here. And whatever you did, We'll rephrase it later. So I'm removing one resume item. Let's just see how it comes. Okay, now, what I'll do is I'll remove these. I think they say this line won't get removed. In case I made the mistake, of course it'll show an error so we know, okay, So this is fine. Now, suppose your journey was like something like this. Maybe you didn't do companies. So dream company to company one here, maybe you had an analyst. Now, what do you got over? Here is a little bit lake created for the sports segment. Using maybe you created content and maybe also, okay. And maybe here, maybe 10. It usually people write their lanes like this. Now here's where I want to talk about paraphrasing, how you write the sentence. And then of course, you know, this whitespace is there because we have removed a lot of information. Things can be added. For now, I'll just keep some dummy content here. You're going to ignore that because we're not going to make it very long. I don't want to waste your time there. I want to ensure that you get the idea. Okay, We got something wrong here. Okay? Okay. Now at least this looks a little bit more filled up. So you can see the content keyword is here. Okay, this area did not look. Lists Lane was not there. So you also need to be able to debug what is going wrong. Right now it shows up in the proper way. Now, remember we did some research. So now if we're doing for content, what will put content manager? What is the skills that they need? Okay, let's look at that. Because those skills should be put in the resume. So I will remove one or two lines. So you need to know WordPress, Google Analytics, SEO. Okay. So next, what do you need to know? Ap style, accuracy, grammar, spelling. Whereas New London people usually need, Let's see, copyrighting for email, social media, okay. New, want to be a content manager. Then in that case, you should also know some content related tools rate. So maybe for email marketing, you know how to use send in blue, or maybe you need to know how to use Mailchimp. That's a commonly used tool for social media. Affect designing. What else do you need to know? Storyboarding. Okay, just doing a dummy compilation. So say you've written the skills. So here instead of languages, you're going at eight tools, right? Well, you can probably late technical. Here you're writing about ungrammatical and here you are probably dating. Can beans. Seawalls are segregated the type of skill use, skills that you have. There should be a space. Okay, let's see how this looks. All right, this looks better now, here is me looks pretty much matching the keywords and JD, something in that direction. These things you can personally for lab whatever works with you. But I hope you understood the process with this exercise rate. You need to stop these gears and I suppose you don't know Bill. Suppose you don't know, make them suitable debt.