Java development career

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i am student of doeacc society i want a job in it and i am complete my java development and i have done scjp exam how to improve my resume

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ASKED: October 27, 2010  2:53 PM
UPDATED: March 6, 2012  9:42 AM

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Do u working before ! if not then u can write resume as a fresher, cause experienced person’s resume is totally separate from freshers (hope u r not, u mentioned as student). I just show u some imp points:
1. Summary of ur objectives or rather ur skill (what kind of job u want, how will u help to complete them and how it will beneficiary for that employer for whom u work)
2. Work experience (if so)
3. your technical skill and any award if u have
4. Your personal profile

Generally, the common resume is like the format. Of course u go thru as EmNichs said.

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  • EmNichs
    You may find some interesting feedback by doing a search for Java Developers on this site. Otherwise, Oracle provides some interesting feedback on a similar question on their Java Forum. I hope this helps and best of luck!
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  • slateken
    Also, include positive attributes that might give you an edge over other entry-level applicants, such as: Results-oriented. Team player. Good problem solving skills, etc.
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  • CompleteITProfessional
    Agree with Slateken - when you create your resume, focus on Java related jobs and put down why a company should hire YOU over someone else!
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