Importance of a Resume
Your resume is the most important document you’ll submit in your job search. It’s your frontline fighter, so to speak, as it’s your first opportunity to present yourself to a potential employer. Hiring managers and recruiters look at resumes for an average of only six to seven seconds each, so it’s important that you make every second count. A strong resume can help you stand out from the crowd, but a weak resume can remove you from the running.
According to Zippia research, professionally written resumes are not only good for landing an interview, but they can also boost your earning potential by 7%.
So remember. before you start the interview process, make sure your resume speaks to your experience in a positive way. You only have one time to make a great first impression!!!
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