resume. Wednesday , July 19th , 2017 - 01:44:38 AM
You've probably heard that phrase a million times. All through high school and college, "it'll look good on your resume" was a bonus to volunteer work, involvement in a sport, or leadership in an organization.
3. Bulky dense paragraphs. Ive said this before, initially a hiring manager will only give the resume a 10-second glance. If your content is contained in clear and concise bullets, the reader has a better chance of grasping important information quickly.
Tip #4 - Showcase the Positive - When you are writing your resume you need to be sure that you showcase the positive achievements in your career. If there are negative points or even points that are irrelevant to the job, you may just want to leave them out altogether. Stress important parts of your previous jobs that may qualify you for the job you want. If you are older and you are afraid that an employer may not like your age, then leave out things that may point to how old you are. You want to make a great impression on the employer the first time, so be sure to focus on the positive.
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