Even in the Social Age, your resume may be the most important element of your job search. It is often your foot in the door; the first thing that hiring managers see. So why would you send a bad resume?
Yes, there’s plenty of advice out there telling you how to write the perfect resume. Everyone from hiring managers to CEOs seems willing to offer their opinion on how the best resumes should look. And yet recruiters and employers will tell you that 80 to 90% of the resumes they receive are not written well… and end up in the digital trash can.
Don’t Send a Bad Resume!
This infographic from Great Resumes Fast can help you write a resume that won’t cost you the job!
Here, you’ll see the 10 mistakes you must avoid on your resume. From including outdated information to using the passive voice, you’ll find the most significant mistakes job seekers often and learn ways to avoid them. Study these tips. Then, you can avoid losing that job you really want because of your resume.
Remember, you never get a second chance to make a first impression. So, make sure your first impression is memorable, effective, and mistake-free.