This infographic from CareerBuilder lists a whole range of soft-skills and hard-skills and discusses how to tailor your resume so that only the most important and relevant are showcased and demonstrated.
Becasue if your resume is everything they want… there’s a good chance you are too.
I’ve now spent more time on the other side of the table interviewing and hiring job applicants.
So now I’ve come to see the paper resume as just one small component of a much larger picture…
Short on time but big on your need for a quality resume?
Check out these common resume writing mistakes, along with hints for just how to avoid them…
Earning your degree is just the first step in transforming your career into a success story. The next step, of course, is securing a job to put your new skills to good use!
That means that it’s time to start applying for jobs, which means that you have to ensure that you have a perfect resume… one that stands out in a stack of other resumes.
Knowing what a potential employer wants to see on your resume is incredibly nerve wracking. What’s more, trying to find a perfect balance of experience, personality, and how you fit into the job description isn’t easy.
As such, there are some habits that most of us have grown accustomed to but employers don’t necessarily want to see on a resume today. So it’s time for some 2018 resume advice!
When it comes to your professional resume, there’s no excuse for poor grammar. While word processing programs have certainly come a long way, nothing beats good ole knowledge.
With that in mind, here are the top 7 grammar mistakes we see in resumes. Just as important, we’ve included tips on how to avoid them.