It’s easy to fall in a rut when it comes to creating and building a resume. That template you used in Microsoft Word 2007?
Probably a good idea to do a little spring cleaning… and come up with a shiny new resume.
Recruiters predict a talent shortage and expect to have to compete for top talent. That doesn’t mean, however, that you wont be competing as well. A recent survey reported as many as 74% of workers are open to new opportunities should they arise this year.
So if you want to get noticed, it’s time to upgrade your resume with these timely resume tips…