resume. Tuesday , September 26th , 2017 - 14:07:25 PM
The number of job seekers sending out resumes is growing exponentially with each passing day. It's unfortunate that the vast majority of these job seekers will end up sitting at home wondering why the phone doesn't ring with a call for an interview. Some will simply not be qualified, but just as many will have submitted a resume that let them down. Don't be part of that majority. Stand out in the crowd by avoiding these fatal resume flaws.
You know, I once received a resume from an highly educated engineer with an MBA from Harvard. He had two grammatical errors in the first page of his resume alone. Harvard MBA means nothing if you cant avoid simple spelling and grammatical errors. Really, it was a terrible first impression to make.
Not all resumes are built the same. An individual who works in the computer industry will need to present their resume in a manner that is quite different from an individual who is applying for a job in the agriculture industry.
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