I wrote a post a few months ago about “What To Capitalize on a Resume,” but from the number of emails I receive it’s obvious I didn’t go into enough detail.
In this post, I’ll cover a few of the rules for capitalization, and we’ll go into more detail on each of them.
The school’s marking policy states: ‘Teaching staff are not to highlight any more than three incorrect spellings on any piece of work.
This is in order that the children’s self-confidence is not damaged.’Earlier in the Commons, Mr Selous called for a debate on the issue.
As a director of sales achieved a record number of accomplishments: Nobody will complain if you manage your bullet points in this fashion, and it will be consistent, which might be more important than following rules that many people don’t even know about.
That brings us to one of the most frequently asked questions Job titles might be the trickiest part of capitalization on resumes.
Everybody thinks their job should be capitalized—and why not—it’s about them. So, in an attempt to shed light on this mess, here we go: Out of all of the nonsense above, and forgetting the fact that it is for the purpose of keyword stuffing (to be discussed later), nothing but the first word of each “bullet point” should be capitalized. It baffles the hell out of me at times, and for good reason.