resume. Wednesday , September 20th , 2017 - 05:37:18 AM
Tip #1 - Make it Readable - One very important tip for creating a resume that will stand out among the rest is to make it easily readable. Make sure that your resume is no more than a couple pages long, otherwise employers may just skip over your resume if it is too long. You should also be sure that you use a font that is large enough to be easily read. If the employer has to strain their eyes to see your resume, they may just bypass it for one that is more easily read.
Employers recognize generic resumes a mile away. The generic resume is the one that you pull off of a template website then change only a little bit to match your specifics. If you want to let an employer know that youre serious about the job youre applying for, you have to do better than that. Its your job to conduct research on the company and position to learn exactly how you feel you qualify. If you cant do that then you have no business applying. At least thats how the employer will feel as they dump your resume into the pool of quick sand.
Resume experts argue over whether this section is really necessary. Most seem to agree that if you are a recent college graduate, you should state an objective. Another category of job seeker who could utilize this portion would be those of you who are changing careers. If you don't fall into either of these two categories, most resume experts seem to think that any job objectives can be reviewed nicely in your cover letter.
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