resume. Sunday , September 03rd , 2017 - 02:44:59 AM
Dont Tell it, Prove It Use challenge, action, result stories to sell yourself. Think of it as telling facts, not bragging. How did you add value for companies and/or customers? What examples can you share where you solved problems you know this employer is facing? What were the outcomes and results in the stories behind every bullet on your resume?
If your job search campaign keeps hitting a brick wall, your existing resume is getting you no results, and you have been trying every method you know about including online postings, recruiters, social networks, in-person networking), maybe what you are feeding the masses is not the right tool.
Your resume is a piece of writing that you use to promote yourself. So don't be shy about using any promotional content that you can think of. For instance, many candidates will just include previous work experiences. You can go one step further by including testimonials from high profile individuals. Spend some time to think about the kind of content you can include to make yourself stand out.
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