resume. Thursday , April 06th , 2017 - 21:12:44 PM
The "objective" section of a resume is one of the first parts that a potential employer will see when they view your resume. This general objective section gives you the opportunity to tell potential employers why you actually wish to work for their company. This is your chance to flat out explain to these potential employers what your purpose is and why you think that working for their company will assist you in reaching your objective, while at the same time giving them what they want.
Now that we know what to avoid when putting your resume together, let's look at some essential elements that will ensure that your resume not only stands out, but that it creates an urgency on the part of the hiring manager to call you. As you will see, by following just a few rules you will be able to craft a compelling resume that instantly sets you up as the perfect candidate for any job you choose to apply for. Moreover, by taking just a little bit of time to customize your resume to the specific company you are applying to (it's easy once you know how), you will make the hiring manager feel like your resume was written just for him/her. And that's why you will be one of the first candidates they reach out to for an interview.
I only use functional resumes for clients who are changing careers, clients who have had very varied careers and dont care what job they get, and recent graduates where I need to emphasize course work and projects.
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