YOU PREPARE YOUR RESUME, PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT AND
REVIEW SOME OF THESE GREAT SUGGESTIONS WE'VE ACQUIRED OVER THE YEARS:
the employer's needs in advance.
sure your resume answers the employer's needs and makes him want
to learn more about you.
resume should reflect your positive personality - it needs to stand
up to an initial screening lasting 30 seconds and hopefully a later
in depth revue lasting 2 minutes.
resume must get two thumbs up by the hiring manager. #1 Do I like
this person enough to want to work with him or her? #2 Does this
person have the ability to do the job? (Personality & Skills)
resume must say I'm an interesting person.
resume is like your signature. Both should uniquely identify you
and certify that what you allege is true.
resume must be unique, without being in poor taste or condescending.
seek "need fillers", people with the right capabilities who can
take care of their needs so, they can focus on other problems.
yourself to assess and present yourself as sets of skills which
you bring to the interview bargaining table.
the name of the hiring manager and do some detective work regarding
his style of management.
out why the opening. Is this a new position? What are the circumstances
regarding the leaving of the previous holder of your new job.
with the employer and his representative should be
A: Accurate, B: Brief, and C: Clear.
Be very accurate not allowing for someone to question - What
is this candidate trying to hide here? ***Into the Wastebasket
Everything the employer needs to know should fit on one
page, with plenty of white space. If you need more space
use the second page labeling it as supporting or additional
C: Make your resume
clear and readable by using action verbs and descriptive
adjectives to describe what you'll be doing for an employer.
Avoid using the passive voice and past tense. Avoid using
to many sentences starting with the "I" pronoun.
Remember to make your resume speak to your accomplishments not
your responsibilities. Who cares what you were responsible for?
They want to know what your successes are.
your resume to create eye contact with 3 or 4 strengths. This
should help you survive that initial 30 second screening.
your resume a sales tool, not a personal history.
the process of getting a new job as a temporary job of marketing
a product -- (You).
sorry for employers who reject you, because they just missed a
great opportunity !!