Write a Newsworthy Headline
Your resumes headline is the first thing a recruiter or
hiring manager sees when sifting through resumes. Make it pop. Highlight
qualities that set you apart.
Sell Yourself with a Strong Career Objective
Your objective doesn't need to be long. Think about the
specific value you offer the employer and state it concisely in your
Use Numbers to Your Advantage
Numbers and concrete examples can validate your
achievements. Numbers are often easier to remember than words. Use them
“for key accomplishments or accountabilities.”
What were the number of people you were responsible for?
What were the volume of sales that you were responsible for? How much
growth occurred while you were in that position? Those kinds of numbers
add a lot of credibility to the picture you're trying to paint.
Concentrate on Keywords
Think about the key skills you have, or technologies you
have worked with..
Have No Mercy for Mistakes
Spelling mistakes and grammatical slip-ups do typically
not go over well with hiring managers. Thoroughly check and re-check to