resume. Wednesday , September 27th , 2017 - 14:23:20 PM
You sent out the resume youre a perfect fit and yet no one calls. Sound familiar? In fact, a majority of candidates today do not receive a response on a submitted resume. So the big question is, When is it appropriate to follow up with an employer on my submission and how do I do it? There is no answer that will fit every scenario, but there are general rules you can follow.
Second, compose a concise two to three line statement of your major responsibilities. For each position, focus on the larger aspects of the role in an appealing manner to the reader. Stay with the highlights versus details. Remember, the hiring authorities are probably familiar with the responsibilities of your role. For example, a Director of Sales knows the content of a territory sales reps role. Similarly, a Plant Manager knows the core responsibilities of a line foreman or maintenance engineer.
If you are technologically good, then highlight your computer skills. This is a great skill to highlight, as even in the most artistic of fields, people who know and understand technology have an upper hand.
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