Clarissa Bancroft. resume. June 07th , 2017.
You sent out the resume youre a perfect fit and yet no one calls. Sound familiar? In fact, a majority of candidates today do not receive a response on a submitted resume. So the big question is, When is it appropriate to follow up with an employer on my submission and how do I do it? There is no answer that will fit every scenario, but there are general rules you can follow.
- Don't write useless information and detail when writing the resume, there is no one who is interested to read some sort of records. The resume should be written short and precise.
While writing a resume, one might have came across this thought that what is it that the employers look for. Is it your educational background, your work experience, your achievements, the salary you earned in your previous organization, the responsibilities you handled, etc? The factors that the employers look for in a candidate are many, but we as applicants have to showcase as many appropriate things as we can in the resume. It is the resume that makes our first impression on the employer and it is necessary to get called for the interview for getting through to the next stage of selection.
Third, and arguably the most important component of your resume, the accomplishments youve had while in each role. Accomplishments are quantifiable benefits you delivered or led, such as, generated X revenues, reduced Y costs, efficiencies were improved Z percent, secured Y more clients, improved our satisfaction ratings Z percent, secured X more hits on our web site, etc. These points of difference separate you from anyone else that would have had that role or a similar role.
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