resume. Monday , September 18th , 2017 - 10:01:59 AM
No, I don't recommend practicing hiring discrimination and if you do it you do deserve to land in hot water, and if you do it often enough, some day you probably will.
While the answer may be a background in HR or as a recruiter, that's not always the only fit. Someone who will write a great resume for you must be attentive, detail-oriented, skilled at writing and visual layout, and have significant experience in the field. In addition, your resume writer should be up on current and emerging trends and be able to offer you something that will catch a hiring manager or recruiter's eye in the first 10 seconds.
Once again, you will see that as you list these keywords in your previous job experience, the hiring manager will keep nodding his or her head as they think, "This is the kind of person and experience I am looking for." You should do this with each of the previous jobs you had (again, where it is appropriate), and it's easy if you keep a copy of the job description in front of you as you tailor your resume.
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