templates. Wednesday , August 02nd , 2017 - 09:13:35 AM
Resume writing may sound tedious and boring, but following a few tips will definitely help. A resume is a tool used to market your career objectives and the asset that you would be to the company. The trick here is to use this tool to creep into the mindset of your potential employer or a recruiting firm, and portray your qualities and experiences.
But, because your resume is a hiring manager's first opportunity to evaluate you - and often their only opportunity - it needs to stand out from the mountain of other resumes, so that the manager finds you appealing enough to interview. Therefore, to get your resume noticed, the first thing the manager needs to see is a well written, succinct, hard-hitting declaration of the skills, that will show that you're the best person for the job.
Write what they want to read. This does not mean that you lie. However, do not make a generalized resume and send it out to all companies. That is a silly mistake that many people make. Make an effort to modify it specifically for the company. Do a little bit of research, find out what the company wants from their employees, and then accordingly, draft one. For instance, if you are applying for a job as a counselor in an IT training organization, the objective cannot be the same as when you are applying for a job as a counselor in a management institute. Be specific; it shows that you are keen on the company, and then the company will be keen on you.
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