The resume that lands you the job interview isnt a simple listing of your past duties or work experience. It has to convince readers that you have the required skills and abilities to exceed the expectations of the position so your resume should be structured in a way that arouses employers interest in you and gives them reasons as to why you are more qualified than others while encouraging the employer to get in touch with you for an interview.
There are millions of resumes being uploaded to job sites and because of this job sites have an ongoing need for more and more web servers. Job sites earn revenue from recruiters and employers that are subscribers and not from job seekers so it makes sense to eliminate this cost and pass it on to the resume website provider. Since people manage multiple resumes in their profiles to apply for different jobs it would be better for everyone if job seekers had multiple links to different resume pages instead of resume PDFs. The storage cost to job sites is eliminated and job sites can reduce their fees to subscribers.
Review the Job Posting and Description Carefully A lot of the time job-hunters will write one generic resume and send the same generic resume to every employer. This is one of the biggest mistakes facing job seekers because it produces so-so resumes that dont necessarily match the employers requirements.
Add in a list of skills Your resume is no place for modesty. Highlight your skills especially if they are specific to the job youre applying for and list where you gained experience with that skill set. Instead of being general give concrete details and highlights. For example list your experience with Microsoft Office or even a particular piece of software over computer skills. Make sure to include plenty of competency statements.
Mass production may be suitable for nuts and bolts; however it sure is not the right method to create your resume. This is what the resume mills or factories do - produce resumes that all look the same. When a prospective employer receives hundreds of applications and your resume is similar to the majority of them the impression created is not good enough to warrant an interview. Most likely it will not even be viewed.
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