Top Stories resumes
- How Recruiters Really Look At Your LinkedIn Profile
- The Top 5 Things Hiring Managers Look For On Social Media
- Tips From A Recruiter: Don't Make Me Read Your Resume
- 4 Unconventional Ways The Internet Can Help You Land A Job
- This Model Resume Will Help You Score Your Dream Job
- Why Would You Pay For A Resume?
The “career objectives” statement is dead ,so don’t waste a recruiter’s time by listing it at the start, says Ruben Quintero, Medicare Broker Relations Manager. Instead, state the most pertinent qualifications for the job.
We’ve talked about writing an excellent cover letter before, but your letter could be ignored if you are attaching it to an email. Instead, write the cover letter as part of the email.
It is important to quantify your resume, because numbers validate your claims. But what if you don’t work with something that can be boiled down into hard numbers? The Daily Muse advises using range, frequency or scale.
Recruiters don’t look at your resume for more than a few precious seconds, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t still carefully craft your resume to make sure you have the best chances of landing a job. Here’s a simple formula from Google’s HR chief that will help you put the best information on your resume.