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Resumes come in all shapes, sizes and formats and are subject to trends and changes in technology. There is a great deal of contradictory information out there. It can be tough to determine which type, voice and format is right for you and your career. Make an informed decision about how to represent yourself.
Chronological resume, functional resume, combination resume, mini resume…there are so many types of resumes. How do you know which one to use when? Should you prepare a targeted resume? The answers can be found in the Snelling Resume Guide.
On your resume, you need to highlight the quantifiable achievements and benefits you provided past employers. Employers love seeing amounts, dollars and percentages. learn how to quantify your job duties and receive a job offer.
Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) are used by employers to manage jobs, but (because of their search criteria) they may discard your resume. 5 tips that will increase your resume’s chances of getting through an ATS.
The purpose of a resume is to obtain an interview and (ultimately) a job offer. A compelling resume will achieve that result for you. craft a persuasive and compelling resume.
If you want to stand out from the crowd, you have got to present yourself as the best candidate who possesses every skillset outlined in the job posting. A generic one-size-fits-all resume cannot do that. 5 easy steps to customize your resume for the job you wish to get.
Recruiters spend 6 seconds looking at your resume before deciding whether there is a “fit” or “no fit”. Your resume needs to meet their expectations in order for you to pass through and land an interview. what you need to incorporate into your resume to make the cut.