1. Check spelling
Managers who review bio-data often complaints that people often send their bio-data without reading them. So, you should check your bio-data that its readable or not, you can use Microsoft Office which offers spell-check and thesaurus. Also check that you haven’t given your wrong email id or phone number.
2. Promote yourself in a right manner
Its often seen that people send their bio-data as if they have filled their name, address into a ready format. This thing is more in executive-level. Mangers easily find that this bio-data haven’t been made through a reliable resource.
3. What do you want?
Bio-data gives you a offer to write your interest and how much enthusiastic you are about the job under ‘objective’ section. Make it clear that in the given positions which position you would like to take. If you won’t tell what do you want, then remember you will get a lesser chance to get a job.
4. Not reading about the job position
Sometimes its very annoying that bio-data and cover letter received stands nowhere to the job released in the advertisement. Some read the advertisement properly and send your bio-data, its simple as that.
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