resume. Thursday , May 18th , 2017 - 01:37:31 AM
When I graduated from University, in the height of the recession, I learned this cruel reality firsthand as I went through several rounds of interviews with great companies that I felt would be an amazing fit for myself. At the end of the 2-3 week interview process I heard the same feedback from the Hiring Manager and Human Resource coordinators,
1. Include an objective; some people believe it's best not to limit themselves via an objective but without some form of purpose, the potential employer may not know what you are after.
This brings us to another important issue when it comes to resume writing. The hobbies and interests that you include at the end of your resume should either be materially significant and relevant to the role; or of exceptional interest to the reader. Writing mundane interests that most of the general public enjoy, does not add any value to your resume and you would probably be better placed using that space to list more of your skills or achievements. As an example, commonly used hobbies and interests are reading, socializing and watching films. All of these, when viewed like this, without any supporting statements, for example, about the type of literature read, are wasted opportunities to sell yourself.
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