• John Karras

45 Quick Changes to Help Your Resume get Noticed

This article provides some excellent advice on improving and updating your resume. Personally, I am not a big fan of an itemized listing of skills to satisfy a keyword requirement. I think a well written Summary section can include all the skills (keywords) you would have placed in an itemized list, but now they are being used in some context rather than standing alone - which is nothing more than presenting an opinion of yourself. This is especially true if you are using some soft skills. Need to prove those soft skills actually apply to you not only during an interview, but on the resume as well. A well written Summary can accomplish that goal.

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https://www.themuse.com/advice/45-quick-changes-that-help-your-resume-get-noticed




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