resume. Wednesday , April 05th , 2017 - 07:37:24 AM
Does your resume stand out from the rest or just blend in, despite your hard-earned academic and professional credentials? With your resume writing being the key to getting your foot in the door, it is imperative that your professional first impression is one that will convince your potential employer to learn more about you. After all, the best resumes and not necessarily the best candidates generate interviews.
Once you have developed your promise of value, use that to formulate your branding statement and career summary. Above all else, be sure that when the hiring manager reads the first third of your resume he or she has a great snapshot of who you are and what you bring to the table. By integrating your personal brand and value into your resume you are already ahead of more than half of the job seeker populationId call that one big head start!
Too many resumes start with a sentiment similar to this: "I'm looking for a job with a stable company that pays a decent wage and has good benefits." That's a no no. A job search is a needs based selling proposition. Successful job seekers sell the hiring manager based on that manager's needs. Give your resume the greatest chance to succeed by writing it based on the hiring authoritys perspective. Remember: your resume is your marketing piece. Focus on what's in it for the buyer (potential employer) if she hires you.
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