resume. Wednesday , May 17th , 2017 - 21:37:25 PM
A short testimonial embedded within your resume or cover letter used sparingly (1-3 max within a resume) will increase your chances massively. Obviously don't make them up yourself they may check them out!
Summary Section: At the top of your resume, you should include a brief (and I'm talking two or three sentences) "Summary Section" where you list the specific skills and experience you have that match up to the position/job you are applying for. While writing a summary section is often neglected by job applicants, it acts as an easy and quick way for a hiring manager to quickly scan your resume and make a judgement on whether they want to read your resume or not. This is easy (and highly effective) if you just take a few minutes to do it right.
You may have scoured the net by typing in relevant keywords or phrases that are related to your particular job experience. It is not uncommon to find a work experience related online form that prompts you to complete the required information on a job board site. But is this enough to land you the perfect job?
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