A few things:
This part is quite ok but you should add your current year too (specifying that it's ongoing of course), it adds some context to your current status.
IMHO, this is the biggest issue with your resume: too much info in this section. It's nice showing experience, but there are two golden rules (at least that's how I learned it and it served me pretty well) for resumes:
IMHO, your resume looks boring. That's not just for the sake of criticizing, but a good resume is also an appealing one. If your resume is visually appealing, the recruiter will want to read it more seriously, you definitely want that.
Throw in a bit of color (one or two max) for example but keep it simple, avoid long lists and make sure the page is well filled, too much white give a feel of emptiness.
I highlighted what I would improve but there are obviously good things too, the "Objective" section is nice, both in form and content and the overall content is mostly good. I tried not to be too picky but when it comes to resumes the devil is in the detail, small improvements is how your resume can stand out among all the others!
Oh, also: beware of putting your CV on the web like that, that gives free access to your name, home address, mail and phone number, that's not the best thing in the world, you should either share it privately or obfuscate private details, just saying ;)
Thank you so much for the detailed feedback.
But I've sent you an old resume. My bad! I'm extremely sorry. Here's the latest one: drive.google.com/file/d/1ittDe4FSl...
Some of my feedback should still apply to the new one anyway.
Yes I see. But you know, once I used color, but some people recommend me to keep resume black and white.
So after reading your feedback, now I'm getting confused..
You were suggesting me to redesign the skills section. Can you please give me a hint how it will look better?
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