Here’s a great resume tip from Shawnice Meador, Director of Career Management and Leadership Development at MBA@UNC.
To stand out among your career competition, your resume should show employers more than just your skills and experience. Your resume should paint a picture that describes “who you are, if you will fit the company atmosphere and job position,” Meador says. Here are some ways to ensure your resume accurately reflects your strong personal brand…
Are you acutely aware of your personal brand? Do you know how others perceive your contribution and value?
If you were asked right now, at this moment, could you clearly and passionately articulate your “X” factor?
As a contributor to some of the biggest magazines on the newsstand and online, I wrote a guide to do-it-yourself publicity designed to pitch story ideas and strengthen relationships with Editors.
It happens that these tips translate quite well to job searching. Keep these five simple tips in mind when pitching your “why you should hire me” story to prospective employers!