resume. Monday , September 04th , 2017 - 07:37:19 AM
The two questions to always keep in mind when writing your resume are 1) what are the readers looking for first? and 2) what do you want them to find first.
What you do is look at each specific job description you are applying for and pick out the specific skills, duties and responsibilities the job is looking for. So if the job description is looking for "An aggressive prospector/hunter who is used to making outbound calls," your summary section should list something like this:
Use the SAR method Situation, Action, Result to ensure that you accurately and effectively capture the most salient elements of your background;
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