resume. Tuesday , June 20th , 2017 - 10:37:27 AM
Companies today are moving quickly and looking for talent that can keep up, or better yet, bring cutting-edge ideas to give them a competitive advantage. A hiring managers first impression of you is most likely your resume, and if it says, Im old school, you are probably not getting the interviews you would like.
A hiring manager and the business are not interested to hear the benefits you will get when you work for them but they also need to know what benefits you can bring to their business because they are the one who hire and pay salary for you. Thus, you should tell the employer what you can do to achieve your current or future object while you are working at their company. Lets look at the resume objectiveexamples:
Resumes that have a ho-hum listing of job duties do not make the cut in a crowded employment market. Just filling in an MS Word template with your job description won't get the interview. Clearly show what you're capable of by illustrating what you've done in the past. Combine your accomplishments with your responsibilities in a features/benefits format that includes plenty of action verbs.
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