Published at Friday, 08 November 2019. Resume Sample. By Garland Aubry.
Walk in other person shoes to know their requirements. The same holds good when you are looking for a job, do not hunt for jobs like a candidate. Search like an employer. This may sound weird. Just like you are searching for a dream job, the employers are looking for the perfect candidates of their dreams. When they get the feeling about candidate as an almost perfect fit, then the candidate is bound to get an offer in hand. So, before sending your resume, check it again with the fresh eyes of a recruiter. Read more to learn how to mock scrutinize your profile before it is pushed to the field. You can take help from your best friends to uncover the unwanted messages. The following factors should be kept in mind while doing the review and post-review enhancements.
Copy-Pasting is a Big No-No. It's not advisable to copy another person's work. In writing your resume, you can only get ideas but not copy the whole thing. Editing can be a little okay but make sure that what you have is different from the original copy. Free resume samples have much to offer. Modify to create a copy that is personal and unique. Employers and recruiters have already seen hundreds of applications. Face the fact that they are bored in seeing almost the same terminologies, sentences, and phrases all over again. So instead of reading everything, they may just put your application aside. Always remember, ”First impressions last.” Surely, you wouldn't want your application to go to waste.
You don't know if the sample you're tempted to copy was even effective. Here's a question: if you copy text straight from a lousy resume, what does that make your resume? There's a reason for the old axiom, garbage in, garbage out. Unless you have it on good authority that some particular resume sample is a real gem, it's just as likely a lump of coal. The trouble is, many folks who aren't trained in resume writing simply can't tell just by looking at a resume if it satisfies all the criteria that hiring officials are looking for. Is it formatted for maximum benefit of the candidate's qualifications? Is it keyword rich? Does it demonstrate subtle branding techniques that set the candidate apart from his/her competitors? Is it sufficiently promotional without seeming biased?
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