A recent survey suggests that 74% of us are open to new opportunities in the coming year. Good timing: The job market is very candidate-friendly right now as companies compete for top talent. So if you’re hoping that 2017 brings opportunity knocking on your door, the first thing you’re going to need is a new resume.
A New Resume for a New Year
For more many companies, your resume remains the key to a successful job search. While much of your resume most likely consists of time-honored traditions, the times, as they say, are a changin’. New technologies, new trends, and new expectations can impact the effectiveness of your old, boring resume. So isn’t it worth it to freshen it up a bit?
The Infographic below, from GreatResumesFast, presents you with the top ten tips to improve your resume for a 2017 job search. These include ways to emphasize what is most important to recruiters today, and important to you as well. Read carefully. After all, you don’t want to be left behind because your resume is stuck in the past.
This could be your year, and it all starts with a new resume.