resume. Monday , April 17th , 2017 - 11:00:07 AM
1. Cookie cutter format. Employers wont call if your resume is too generic. It needs to showcase you as the unique person you are, with exceptional skills and talents that position you as the best candidate for their job opening.
Always highlight your educational qualifications and any relevant experience that you have. If you do not have any experience that would help you in getting the job, then highlight interests or achievements that are related to the field.
Now that you have the content ready, and you know what you want to include in your resume, be sure to present everything in a well organized manner. Place the cover letter in front. The cover letter will explain why you are applying for the job, and why your skills are a good fit for the job. Don't send in cookie cutter cover letters. If you have downloaded some samples, be sure to customize them to the positions that you are applying for.
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