So now you’ve successfully passed your consular interview and will be leaving in a few months as an immigrant. Unless you are one of those with a pre-arranged employment offer or have a ready job waiting for you in your new country of residence, chances are you’ll be writing a resume before long.
There are literally thousands of books, entire websites and companies devoted solely to helping people write their own resumes. Google the phrase “tips on writing a resume” and you get so much information that may be impossible to go through and understand within a short amount of time.
To hire someone else to write you a credible, professional and effective resume is entirely your choice. But if you are resisting the temptation to have a friend or relative write it and want to do it yourself, go ahead and consider the following: