Thursday, October 18, 2012

Chop that resume...

The most important tasks for a resume is to make a good impression and to keep the mystery alive enough to get you a call for interview.

Don't reveal all in the resume. Keep something for the actual play. Insert keyword but leave out the details. Paint the picture but don't reveal the entire canvas.

Entice the reader to get to call you. The best resume is the one that elicits "interesting" in the mind of the reader while reading it.

So what are you waiting. chop your resume. Spice it with relevant keywords aimed at the specific requirements and wait for the telephone interview call.

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