Acquire as much information as you can about the position.
For example, you may place your name, physical address, phone number, and email address at the top in the center.
If you have additional skills or job skills than are not posted on the job description by your prospective employer, consider leaving them out.
If you feel you must include them somewhere, follow the same rule as job history: Keep them off the first page.
Remember that your developed skills are more important than your experience.
Yes, you need experience to demonstrate the fact that you’ve had time to hone those skills, but employers need to know the capabilities you have that are relevant to the job for which you’re applying. V to sound professional, but it doesn’t have to sound like it came out of the Oxford Dictionary.
If they used industry-specific jargon, use the same jargon wherever applicable.