resume. Thursday , June 29th , 2017 - 05:10:43 AM
While writing a resume, one might have came across this thought that what is it that the employers look for. Is it your educational background, your work experience, your achievements, the salary you earned in your previous organization, the responsibilities you handled, etc? The factors that the employers look for in a candidate are many, but we as applicants have to showcase as many appropriate things as we can in the resume. It is the resume that makes our first impression on the employer and it is necessary to get called for the interview for getting through to the next stage of selection.
Even if you have a senior-level job seeker with more than 20 years of experience, you can still create an effective, strategically written executive resume that highlights your key qualifications without weighing down the reader with pages and pages of non-relevant content.
Theres probably nothing more frustrating than getting your resume all prettied up to send to a company via an online source, only to realize that when you hit the send button, you dont know where in the world its going. This can be compared to sending your resume in quick sand. Its being sucked into an unseen, unknown world and you dont know if it will ever return some type of response for you.
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