resume. Tuesday , October 03rd , 2017 - 08:37:26 AM
Tip #6 - Show Broad Knowledge - While you may be tempted to only put some of your jobs on your resume that are directly linked to the job you are trying to apply for, it is important that you show a broad scope of knowledge. You want the prospective employer to see that you do have excellent experience in the area of expertise needed for the job, but you also want to show other knowledge and skills that you have acquired that can make you an even better candidate for the job.
In the end, assess each application and each company differently. Does the company's website feature pictures of its actual employees rather than stock photos? Is that company known for innovation in marketing, or major social media presence? Then go ahead and send a professional snapshot.
The really amazing thing is that professionals who wouldn't dream of showing up at a job interview in less than a suit are giving a resume presentation that equates to wearing their Saturday jeans. Is this really the impression that you want to give your next employer?
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