resume. Sunday , October 29th , 2017 - 10:38:32 AM
Most hiring managers are looking for your resume to assure them that you are more than likely to be a success. Because hiring a new employee is a time consuming and costly endeavor, they are looking for candidates that will be a "low risk" hire and hopefully as close to a "sure thing" as they can find. By taking the time to customize your resume to their specific job requirements, and then by creatively and enthusiastically selling yourself to them on how the skills and experience you have match up perfectly with what they are looking for you, you will convince them of this.
Seeking the position of a trainee network engineer in an established organization where I can understand the work culture and develop the job specific technical skills. I am looking forward to learn all the necessary skills so that I can work for the organization in future
When you fill out the online job application, your application enters a database of applications, sometimes called the automated applicant tracking system, or the online application repository. Most people know of it as the resume black hole. How many times have you heard of people filling out dozens or even hundreds of online applications without even getting one response back!
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