resume. Friday , November 03rd , 2017 - 20:48:10 PM
This is an optional section of your resume outline. Here you can tell readers what the objective of your resume is and what you are looking for.
You may think that your resume looks good at this point. Unfortunately, that is what a hundred candidates are thinking of as well. They all have well organized resumes. So what will make yours stand out? Your attention to small details could be the key to success. Number your pages and place footnotes to clarify anything that may appear vague. If you have many pages of content, be sure to include a table of content, as well as an executive summary. You must always remember that HR personnel has to spend hours to scan through thousands of resumes. Your goal is to make their job easier by sending in a clear and concise piece of writing.
Remember, your potential employer is always asking Whats in it for me? So you better come up with benefits that speak directly to their mind and emotion.
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