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Resume Tips: 3 Things Your Resume Says About You

Resume Tips: 3 Things Your Resume Says About You

Resume Tips: 3 Things Your Resume Says About You

Resumes come in many sizes, from the sleek 1 to 2-page overview to the detailed, five-page behemoth. However, page length aside, there are five objectives that all professional resumes should accomplish, each of which communicate your unique skills, experience, and knowledge to job interviewers and executive recruiters. Find out what your resume has to say about you:

1. How Well You Interview (on Paper): Your resume is often the first touch point a prospective employer or hiring recruiter will have with you. This is your opportunity to showcase your excellent communication skills, so be clear, articulate, and concise. Also, remember to proofread your resume thoroughly before sending it to a job interviewer.

2. Your Level of Interest in the Job: Did you send the job interviewer a generic resume that you sent to five other companies? Like you should always do when composing a cover letter, create a document specifically for this individual company. It can be based on a template, but it should include only your most pertinent skills and work history. Because you took the time to craft your resume specifically for them, job interviewers will usually take the time to read it.

3. Your Ability to Beat the Competition: With unemployment rates spiking, times are especially tough and there are more people competing for open positions than ever before. Based on your listed skills and experience, do you stand out from other candidates? What do you communicate to prospective employers in your resume that sets you apart from everyone else?

Resume Tips: 3 Things Your Resume Says About You

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