Your resume has only a few seconds to impress – or to end up in the trash.
People say that it’s the sizzle that sells the steak. That may be true but, when it comes to job searching, you have to have done what you claim on your resume.
Don’t rely on automatic spelling and grammar checking programs. You need to find an editor you trust. If no one in your immediate circle of family or friends can help, try other resources.
A strong resume gives potential employers a concise, clear picture of your skills and experience. And, it’s the crucial first step in securing an interview and hopefully a job offer.
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