resume. Sunday , June 18th , 2017 - 19:28:53 PM
No, you won't always have a resume written by the owner of the company, and that's okay. But you should have a good understanding of exactly who is writing it, what the process is, and what kind of access you will have to a live person for revisions.
There are a hundred or thousands of curriculum vitae sent to the managers, so if you want to build a strong impression to them, you should better write it in clear structure and easy to understand. For example:
You failed to tailor your resume to the specific job you want. So even though you have the skills that the company asked for in their advertisement or posting, you left the details out of your resume. Those specific skills must be in your resume and should be prominent, preferably at the top of your resume.
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