resume. Monday , November 06th , 2017 - 06:58:51 AM
After all, your resume serves as your first impression when being viewed by the hiring manager in the Human Resources department. It could either make you stand out from the other applicants or, fail to create a favorable impression altogether and land in the garbage bin. You need to remember that any hiring manager work against time, and would only spend around 40 to 50 seconds in scanning your resume. Having some eye catching information written may very well land you on their short list.
Download a standard resume format from the web to fill in the details. Type the contact information and name. Keep it either on the left side of the page or center align it with your full name, and make the font size bigger than other.
In other words, focus on the positives. You can create a section titled Attributes and Qualifications to highlight the ways you were able to make a difference in the company. In that section you can very specifically name projects that showcase the highest points in your career. This way, you can help the employer focus on how you will be an asset to their company not the opposite.
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