resume. Friday , May 26th , 2017 - 08:20:03 AM
Copy and pasting the same job description for each company you have worked for is not helping your cause either. Yes, you may have very similar functions from one position to the next, but the point of the resume is to showcase the best of your work and your ability. Remember, you want to get attention with your resume, not blend in with all the rest!
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.
You may feel obligated to come right out in your resume and tell a prospective employer why you left your former employer. But in all honesty, the resume is not that place. Your goal in the resume is to spell out where you worked and how your active responsibilities and skills made a difference during the time you were there.
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