resume. Monday , January 30th , 2017 - 07:23:44 AM
Making resumes using designs of well-known brands has become surprisingly popular. Resume of Sabrina Saccoccio, whose resume was made as Facebook profile page, is good proof of that. It was quite convenient to include standard resume information as a Facebook page already has corresponding sections for personal information, education, job positions, and, of course, a photo. All she had to do was to extend it a little bit. Sabrina took a step further she included a wall comments which actually were references. She also incorporated sound effects from melodyloops to add more creativity. Sabrinas potential employer confessed that it was a brilliant idea.
Keep in mind that your career objective should match the job advertised. You are very likely to be asked to explain your statement during your interview.
Does that sound strange? It really isn't. Put yourself in the position of a hiring manager at a major corporation. Your business employs hundreds or maybe thousands of people for all kinds of tasks . Hundreds of resumes cross your desk each week. Are you really going to read each of the resumes in detail? Probably not. Very few hiring managers would.
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