Ivona Gita. resume. March 08th , 2017.
1. Making the content employer friendly is very important: It is cent-percent true that every employer wants the applicants to mention only relevant information. It will be a plus point for him/her if the candidates even address the concerns those specify the deservedness of latter over other job-seekers.
Trust me I know, as a recruiter I read dozens of resumes each and every day and if I cant identify why I should call an applicant in that time frame, well, it truly does get lost in a pile on my desk and hides in a database with hundreds of thousands other candidate profiles, never to see the light of day again.
Also, because so few readers scroll down, you want to pad industry related jargon and objective sentences on the top of the resume, thus pushing the unrelated experience further down on the page.
While this information may seem like a no-brainer, you will once again be surprised by how many people leave out either their phone number or email address or both! Leaving out this information makes a bad impression on the hiring manager, as you can imagine. Including it at the top saves the hiring manager from searching through your resume hoping to locate it, and it also makes it easy for him/her to reach out to you.
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