resume. Monday , June 19th , 2017 - 15:25:49 PM
1. You're applying for a job in the States, but for a foreign company - and you know the hiring manager is based in or from Europe. Companies in Europe love to see the person whom they are interviewing and are often confused when they call my firm as to the U.S. laws.
Basically, the resume is merely a calling card; it introduces you in outline form to a prospective employer. Your only aim is to make this introduction as painless as possible for the reader by not attempting to say too much. But a poor resume which is ugly to look at, poorly organized, and fails (sometimes in spite of several hundred words) to quickly give the reader an outline of your background will harm your chance to have an interview.
1. If the address information is all stacked and centered in the middle of the page, your resume might be old school. Look at books published after 2008 for examples of the new letterhead look.
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