Your Resume is an extension of yourself. Have you heard that before? If you’ve spoken to someone about how to create or update your resume, you’ve probably been told that a recruiter won’t look past your resume if it’s not done well. And that would be a correct assumption.
In today’s economic and technological environment, the business of applying for jobs has transcended the processes of the past and has people more confused and dissatisfied than ever before. Applying for multiple jobs online and then not hearing back from the employers right away, if at all, is a frustrating situation.
Shannon Talent can help you by being your go-between from you to the potential employer. An important aspect of taking this step with us is having your resume prepared. Have you updated it recently or want to make a few tweaks before you get in touch with us? That’s okay! This article will give you a few tips on improving your resume. You also have the option of asking us to help you improve your resume.
Moving on to the bulleted lists that we all love so much, here is a checklist of what you need to look for when considering if your resume is employer-ready:
Many of the points in this article may seem menial, but a recruiter is looking for any reason to nix your resume from their stack. Don’t give them a reason! Make it impossible for them to not want to interview you and let Shannon Talent Solutions help you today. Contact us here.