resume. Tuesday , August 01st , 2017 - 02:37:28 AM
The research also shows that employers often will invite 10 to 15 applicants to interview for each job post, which means that your resume must be better than 90% of your competitors in order to step into the interview room. As there are too much applicants for each job post, the time spend on each resumes are very short and normally every resume will be scanned through within 30 seconds. Your task is to make sure that your employer will be able to look for what they want in your resume within the 30 seconds.
The depth of your executive experience is a key factor in the decisions that hiring authorities will make about your background. Employers tend to reason that, if you've held a certain level of authority in the past, then you can be trusted to handle duties of equal or greater size in the future.
The person looking through those resumes has to see what he's looking for immediately. He doesn't have time to read each one in detail and won't take time to read between the lines to figure out what the candidate is capable of doing. Focus your resume on one functional role. If your experience would allow you to go in two or more directions, write a different resume for each.
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