You may be the most “results-driven” employee on the planet, but that doesn’t mean you’ve ever actually delivered results. The way recruiters and hiring managers see it, those are the words you use when you don’t have anything concrete to talk about. The people you’re trying to impress don’t really care about how much effort you put into your job; they want to know what you’ve accomplished. That’s why your resume should contain lots of action verbs.
We don’t think it’s completely crucial to your job search to display your talents at billboard size to be appealing to an employer. In fact, you can stand out to employers in much simpler ways. Have a look at our five top tips on making a great first impression and being a candidate your interviewers will remember:
Six seconds. That’s how long you have to impress the hiring manager, make it to the yes pile, land the job of your dreams, and live happily ever after. So, you have to catch their attention pretty quickly. In addition to an eye-catching design layout, achievement-driven bullets, and strong word choice to define your brand, what are the current resume trends that will impress recruiters and win the interview?
it’s always a good idea to send a cover letter along with your resume unless the company specifically states otherwise.
So, what should a modern, 2018 cover letter look like?
Wordsmithing your resume can be challenging, even frustrating.
But doing it well is one of the keys to getting past the Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) used by most companies today…
I created a resume template for an effective young professional resume. Why is the resume template effective?
Read it all the way through. Then see the explanations for each section at the bottom…