5 Tips to Make your Azure Cloud Engineer Resume Shine
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5 Tips to Make your Azure Cloud Engineer Resume Shine

Intro: Cloud computing is one of the fastest-growing industries in the 21st century. It has completely revolutionized data handling in the past few years. It is being widely used by companies across the globe to simplify data handling.

Among all the cloud computing platforms, Microsoft Azure is the most popular and preferred one by companies globally.

Azure cloud engineering has become one of the most sought-after jobs currently. To land a job as an azure cloud engineer, you would require to build an impressive azure architect resume. This article will give you the advice and tips you need to improve your resume and land a job in the niche industry of cloud computing with one of the industry's biggest companies.

H2: Use a professional resume format
Picking the most appropriate resume format for your azure architect’s resume plays an integral part during your recruitment process.

The most frequently used resume format is the “Reverse-chronological” format. It starts with your most recent work experience to the oldest. It is ideal for those who have no gap years and want to show their career progression.

A “Functional” resume format could be beneficial at the beginning of your career when you have more skills but less work experience, and you have gap years.

H2: Write your professional details using power verbs and bullet points
Recruiters often avoid lengthy paragraphs to save time, thus construct your resume using bullet points.

When summarizing your work, avoid using terms like "made," "helped," "worked," etc. These terms are overused and ad nauseam. Instead, use phrases like "gathered," "assisted," "conceptualized," "formulated," etc to emphasize your accomplishments.

To make your azure architect resume stand out, start your bullet points with action verbs.

H2: Make separate technical skills section
The most rational way to present technical abilities on your resume is by creating a separate skills section. If the role requires certain soft skills along with technical skills, make sure to create two different sections for all the soft and technical skills relevant to the company.

It is essential to write your technical skills concisely in a separate section so that the recruiters can overview your skills at once.

H2: Add profile-centric keywords
Companies all across the world often use Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) to screen out unsuitable applications. To get through the ATS, your azure architect resume must include industry-specific and profile-centric keywords. Do not forget to highlight these keywords.

To figure out these keywords, go over the job description provided by the company and assess the criteria of the employers.

H2: Add numeric values
Incorporate numerical values into your resume. Numbers provide a tangible indicator of your accomplishments and reflect how competent you are at your work.

H2: Key takeaways
● Use the resume format which is the most suitable for your profile.
● Add profile-centric and industry-specific keywords.
● Start your bullet points with action verbs.
● Quantify your resume points.
● Highlight relevant soft skills and technical skills.

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