When it comes to applying for jobs, your resume acts as a first impression. It tells the hiring employer not only critical information about your education and experience, but exhibits your knack for attention to detail (or lack thereof).
In sifting through hundreds of resumes and cover letters, the potential employer looks for candidates that stand out from the crowd – a potential employee who fits with the company’s values, culture and work ethic. The perfect resume undoubtedly proves that you do or don’t understand the company’s needs, priorities and hiring criteria.
Here are the top 10 tips for creating a resume that will guarantee you get the chance to prove your work with a face-to-face interview:
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