resume. Monday , September 04th , 2017 - 01:17:49 AM
Keep your work history short and to the point and remember it is best to only list your most current positions you have held. Employers prefer applicants who have been in their current position for at least three years, so keep this in mind when completing your resume. If your employment history is made up of lots of short-term work, then look to use the functional or hybrid resume format.
A resume is essential when looking for a job. If you don't believe me, try conducting your job search without one. Even if your lucky enough get an interview without a resume, you will be faced with explaining why you do not have one when someone ask you for your resume at the interview. More than ever before, employers require resumes. And, more than ever before, employers will use your resume to determine whether not to grant you an interview.
One of the most significant benefits for recruiters is locating qualified applicants on LinkedIn who are otherwise impossible to find since they are not actively searching for jobs. Same goes for job boards, so ensure that your LinkedIn profile correctly reflects what you're searching for, so you're showing up in the hunts.
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