According to the New York Department of Labor, the current practice by corporate personnel is to give each resume a quick glance (10 - 20 seconds), discard those that appear disorganized or too wordy, and file the rest. On the average, only one or two out of 100 resumes mailed will result in an interview. That's 2 percent! (Just like milk.)
In this blog post, I'll share some Resume Tips That Rock. Here we go!
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In a nutshell, your resume should not look like you basically just showed up for work each day. This is an opportunity to showcase your talent! Don't be shy! What's missing from your resume, which if added to it, will get results?
The effect on the employer should be: "Your Resume Says You May!"
Hope this helps!
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