Corina Marisol. resume. November 07th , 2017.
Did you know that a typical employer/recruiter spends just 6 seconds to go through a resume to assess whether or not its worth an inspection? Therefore, you must make your resume good enough considering it is a matter of seconds to impress them. Look at the following list and avoid making these 6 mistakes while composing your resume:
- A resume should be always given a professional look, its structure should be made according to the rules without putting your imagination in action. It might be thought that using a certain Italic font will give it a nice look but in fact this will give it an unprofessional look. So, make your resume corresponding to the accepted standards.
Making resumes using designs of well-known brands has become surprisingly popular. Resume of Sabrina Saccoccio, whose resume was made as Facebook profile page, is good proof of that. It was quite convenient to include standard resume information as a Facebook page already has corresponding sections for personal information, education, job positions, and, of course, a photo. All she had to do was to extend it a little bit. Sabrina took a step further she included a wall comments which actually were references. She also incorporated sound effects from melodyloops to add more creativity. Sabrinas potential employer confessed that it was a brilliant idea.
4. You should nearly always have one career direction per resume. An objective such as "Seeking a career in purchasing, sales or customer service" will not impress employers. It gives them the impression that you can't make up your mind what you want. If you have talents and experience in more than one area and are willing to work in all of them, prepare a separate version of the resume for each area.
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