resume. Friday , August 11th , 2017 - 17:37:35 PM
1. You need to know where you want the resume to take you, and you need to make sure it's crystal-clear to the prospective employer. I can't emphasize this enough: Employers will not play a guessing-game to figure out what kind of work you want to do!
Employers look for the resume objectives and the best selling proposition in the resume. It varies from one job to the other (field of work) and the employer's requirements. Nevertheless, the basic things remain the same, the ultimate selling proposition and that is what candidates should focus on.
Even though ATS have the capability to shop and sift through manuals based on desirable skills, they are not able to make final decision calls about applicants. Since candidate tracking systems have flaws, thankfully, recruiters don't rely entirely on them for locating candidates.
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