resume. Sunday , November 26th , 2017 - 11:58:15 AM
Why not list everything? While being a well-rounded person is certainly an asset to most jobs, the resume should be targeted as much as possible to the specific position that you're applying for. You only have a page or two to communicate why you are the strongest candidate. You don't want to take up valuable space with activites that aren't particularly relevant. Managers and recruiters don't initially spend much time reading each resume, so you'll want it to immediately show them why you should be considered for the position you're applying for.
Your role as an applicant and an avid admirer should not stop after the job interview. Send a thank you note. It will give you an advantage to be called in again.
Your resume will either be chosen as a keeper - or relegated to a pile of that will "be kept on file if a job should match your qualifications." (How often have your either heard or read those words before?)
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