Looking for a job can easily become a full-time responsibility. And when writing your resume, you need to craft it appropriately for each open position. There are certain rules, of course: include your updated contact info, make certain it is readable and include the requisite career and education history.
You have to sell yourself on only a sheet (or two) of paper, so here are seven tips to help you create that perfect resume. Does anyone else hear Trump boasting, “You’re hired!”?
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Who wants to be like everyone else? I suppose if you are seeking a certain dress suit required corporate position, then maybe there is a particular “stuffy” model (and a severe loss of individuality). But for many industries, showing a bit of personality in your resume is a great way to stand out in the stack. Use design skills if you have them to structure a unique (but readable!) layout, or hire a professional to create a letterhead containing a logo based on your name. Write it as if you are applying to your dream job.