Published at Tuesday, August 13th 2019, 09:11:09 AM by Hortense Archambault. Resume
One of the most frequently asked questions I receive is, "How do I build a perfect resume, one that is guaranteed to get me a job?" Here is my answer to this dilemma. Every employer out there has a slightly different idea of how they want to see a resume laid out and what kind of information should be on it. Over the years I have been continuously interviewing employers, recruiters and resume writers so I can keep up to date with the times and see what employers expect in a resume from a potential candidate for the positions they are offering and how resume writers think a potential candidate’s resume should be written. The bottom line is, there is no one right answer. There are many different ways to write a resume that are all just as good as the next. There may not be a perfect resume but you can get close, very close.
One thing that is often forgotten is a precise objective. Without a clear objective, you will appear to be without direction, aimlessly applying for every job you can find. Employers want people with drive, people with career goals, your resume objective is the key to focusing your resume. As a student or recent graduate, your education is your best feature. Instead of letting it get lost at the bottom of the page, place your education history first. This will help keep you in the running despite not having the experience other applicants may have. If you have not graduated yet, you may think you do not need a resume. That is not correct.
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