By Sigrun WinklerOn Jan 05, 2018 Resume
Everyone knows that when searching for a job, the first task you will have to complete for a potential employer is, Send a copy of your resume. This is your first impression, and you will be judged. You do not want to wait until your interview to wow them. If your resume does not do it, you wont even get a chance. That is the fatal errors you can make on your resume that will most quickly get it sent to the reject pile.
Employers both large and small are increasingly turning to technology to help vet job candidates. Enter the applicant tracking system – a software application that looks for key words and phrases on resumes to identify applicants that are a potential fit. Chances are that an ATS is going to scan your resume before a person ever takes a look at it.When you are attempting a career change, your resume should highlight transferable skills and experience. This article offers several tips for crafting a career-change resume.
Do not let your resume go on longer than one page. If you take a look at a few different resume samples – you will see that all of them are typically one page or less. Take out anything that your employers wont really care about, like how you volunteer for your daughters Girl Scout troupe. Only include volunteer activities if they are relevant to the type of work you do.
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