Do not include in your resume:
Your entire work history. In fact, your potential employer is only interested in the last 3-5 jobs and a period of no more than 10 years
Your physical details
Reasons why you left your job
Names of people who refer you (prepare this list, it may come in handy at the interview)
Finally, check your CV for the following positions:
Have someone who is fluent in the language the resume is written in review it.
In the description of this work, use verbs in the present tense, for example, I work, I design
When describing previous jobs, use past tense verbs
Be consistent: if you've used an abbreviation once, use it throughout your resume (but it's best to list all titles in full)
Avoid long phrases and tricky words
Highlight relevant headings
Make sure your resume is in the same style
Choose a style that is easy to read (large margins, not small print, sufficient line spacing, etc.)
Use good quality white paper
It is very important to fit your resume on one, maximum two pages.
Be sure that you can confirm all the information you have included in your resume.
It's a good idea to write a resume in two languages. Of course, a resume in a foreign language is subject to the same requirements regarding design, literacy and stylistic unity as a resume in Russian
Here are some of the most important recommendations:
When preparing for an interview, it is very important to conduct preliminary reconnaissance. It is necessary to collect as much information as possible about the company where you are going for an interview and about the people you will meet.
Useful information can be obtained in a variety of ways. If we are talking about a large enterprise, get acquainted with its products or services. Many organizations distribute their brochures and promotional brochures. Try to find articles in newspapers or magazines about this organization.
You can talk to a person who works or has worked in this organization. You can learn a lot of useful things from him, but you should take into account the subjective coloring of such stories. Perhaps some of your questions can be answered by the consultant of the agency you contacted.