The resume is by far the most important document that you need when applying to jobs. It's the primary way to showcase your skills and experience. Although you might already have a regular resume, it is important to tailor it to a full stack developer position and highlight your technical skills and key aspects of your qualifications. Bear in mind that even if you do not have a background in tech, there are plenty of transferable skills that can be showcased within your resume. A good resume will help you stand out from the competition and ultimately help you land interviews.
📝 Instructions to build your resume
Please read carefully the following task list and mark the checkboxes as you complete:
Mention the years or months you worked on that project.
Add the years or months you were employed at the company.
Example: Teacher Assistant - 4Geeks Academy
Mention your job duties in bullet points.
Describe what you did briefly so recruiters have an idea of what you can do.
At least mention two measurable impacts or accomplishments per role: Focus more on the metrics that you improve and less on the responsibilities of your role.
Try to keep bullets to 1 to 2 lines long.
Most impactful bullets first for each job.
If you were promoted.
Name of the institution.
Mention the type of degree you got (associate, bachelor, etc) and the name of the institution.
Example: English - NativeExample: Spanish - Fluent
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