Resume Increases Your Odds
Check: Given the choice of two candidates of equal ability, hiring managers will
always prefer to interview the one with the most artfully constructed and
attractive resume. For that reason, candidates with superb qualifications are
often overlooked. And companies end up hiring from a more shallow pool of
talent; a pool made up of those candidates whose experience is represented by
powerfully written, visually appealing resumes.
course, many of the best candidates also have the best resumes; and sometimes,
highly qualified candidates manage to surface through word-of-mouth referral. In
fact, the referral method is the one I use to present talented people to my
But unless you can afford to rely on your “reputation,” or on the recommendation of a barracuda recruiter, you’ll need more than the right qualifications to get the job you want—you’ll need a dynamite resume.
In today’s competitive employment market, your resume has to stand out in order to get the attention of the decision maker and create a strong impression. And later on, when you meet the prospective employer face to face, a strong resume will act as a valuable tool during the interviewing process.
there’s no federal regulatory agency like the FDA or FCC to act as a watchdog,
I consider it to be ethical common sense to honestly and clearly document your
credentials. In other words, don’t make exaggerated claims about your past.
your resume is written for the employer, not for you. Its main purpose, once in
the hands of the reader, is to answer the following questions: How do you
present yourself to others? What have you done in the past? And what are you
likely to accomplish in the future?
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