Is your resumé more 2010 than 2017?
Then it’s high time you brought it up to current standards!
Your resumé is summary of your skills, experience and accomplishments intended to grab the attention of the recruiter or hiring manager. Ideally, it will motivate them to call you for an interview. However, if your resumé is outdated, the chances your job application will be successful greatly diminish.
Here’s how you can tell your resumé needs updating—and what to do about it.
If you keep these pointers in mind, the hour or two it will take to get your resumé up to date is time well spent. After all, today’s top employers aren’t looking for yesterday’s resumés.
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