Published at Wednesday, 01 May 2019. Resume. By Genivee Boisseau.
Today, the job market is more competitive than ever, so much so that a recruiter usually has a hard time going through a larger number of applicants and their resumes. Not all of the hundreds who apply will even make it through the initial part and their resumes will hit the trash can right away. Only very few will be granted an interview, and your ultimate goal in writing your resume is to make it impressive enough to snag that coveted interview and improve your chances of getting hired for the position you are applying for. If you're confused as to what things you should include and emphasize in your resume, and what to avoid at all cost, there are several websites you can find on the Internet that offer tutorials on how to write a resume, as well as free resume examples.
After your Name, address, contact information, and possibly a resume objective statement, you can begin to focus on what matters the most to the employer. Will they be more impressed with your education, or do they care more about your experience, or are they looking for specific qualifications. The job description for any particular position will give you a clue as to what is important to the employer. (And yes, I am suggesting you prepare a specific resume for each specific position you are applying for).
Finding a well-put-together resume example can be a big help to you while you are trying to craft the perfect resume for yourself. You can get many ideas of what to do, as well as what not to do, in regards to your own resume. A superior resume example will never be visually hard on the eyes, or as some people might say: ”too busy.” This would refer to a resume formatted in such a way that it is hard to read or understand. The use of several different fonts, not enough ”white space” on your document, too much information packed into too small a space, all of this can contribute to a resume that is just too hard to look at, much less read through, and will most likely end up in the employers' trash can.
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