Because a one size fits all resume won’t do the trick
When you’re applying for a new job or thinking of a career change, that’s often the time you realize that your resume needs help and isn’t nearly good enough to land you an interview.
It’s normal to be confused by all the different resume advice out there. You’re not a recruiter or human resource professional, nor should you have to be to land your dream job.
With some simple to follow resume help and guidance, you can polish up that resume to give yourself the best chance at the interview.
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Do you keep hearing that you must use resume keywords or key phases but have no idea what they are? How do resume keywords help you stand out from other applicants?
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Do you start your cover letter with the standard “please accept this in application …”, or do you jump right in and tell the reader about what you have to offer?
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