resume. Friday , August 04th , 2017 - 12:37:31 PM
If your job search campaign keeps hitting a brick wall, your existing resume is getting you no results, and you have been trying every method you know about including online postings, recruiters, social networks, in-person networking), maybe what you are feeding the masses is not the right tool.
When contemplating a career shift, you are in need of something that looks like a research project. You need to do the work to help point you in a different direction. Picking a career is as hard to do at 40 as it is at 18. The world is your oyster which is a great thing but how do you find the one with the pearl? The good news is: if you are older than 18 you have more work and life experience that will give you important insight into the process and decision making.
You do not need to add every little detail about your education right from high school to graduation. No employer wants to know what you studied in your high school. Just give a brief outlook about your education and mention only those subjects that you think are associated with the job profile. Leave out your marks if you want as most employers are not interested in your marks but the skills that you have for the job.
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