resume. Monday , November 06th , 2017 - 23:37:28 PM
Does that sound strange? It really isn't. Put yourself in the position of a hiring manager at a major corporation. Your business employs hundreds or maybe thousands of people for all kinds of tasks . Hundreds of resumes cross your desk each week. Are you really going to read each of the resumes in detail? Probably not. Very few hiring managers would.
You may feel obligated to come right out in your resume and tell a prospective employer why you left your former employer. But in all honesty, the resume is not that place. Your goal in the resume is to spell out where you worked and how your active responsibilities and skills made a difference during the time you were there.
2. If you're a management-level person, I recommend using a profile section, which has a heading such as "SALES EXECUTIVE," followed by a concise summary of your strongest, most relevant points-generally, not more than five or six lines.
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