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Resume For Web Developer

A resume for a web developer should include details of your career to date. This article should give you some ideas of the sort of experience that an employer is looking for on the resume of a web developer.

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A resume for a web developer should include:

  • The name of each of your employers and your job titles.
  • A brief description of what each employer does (if they are not well known).
  • The number of staff you manage (if applicable).
  • Planning, analysis, design, implementation and testing responsibilities as a web developer.
  • Details of specific architecture, systems, etc, should be included on your resume, e.g. HTML, Javascript, CSS, Macromedia Dreamweaver, etc.
  • The major projects that you have worked on and whether you completed the projects on time and on budget (if you had budgetary responsibility).
  • New techniques, procedures, practices and processes that you have introduced or developed.
  • How you have reduced costs / saved money for your department or the company should be included on your resume.
  • How you have improved efficiency / productivity within your department or the company in general.
  • How you have increased / helped to increase revenues and profits in your department (if relevant) and for the company in general.
  • Any other achievements that have benefited your employers should be included on your resume.

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