Resumes: Good or Bad

Your resume is priority to getting the potential employer’s attention. Wouldn’t it be great to know which words will get you the interview and which words will see your resume relegated to the trash bin? Careerbuilder.com performed a survey from November 6 to December 13, 2013. Check out today’s link to see what the results were so that you can have the latest and greatest resume possible.

http://www.careerbuilder.com/share/aboutus/pressreleasesdetail.aspx?sd=3%2F13%2F2014&id=pr809&ed=12%2F31%2F2014

I know some of you feel that to “just get your resume completed” should be enough. Successful job seekers look at the preparation leading up to the interview as a job in itself. Go into your job preparation with this attitude and resist the temptation to cut corners and you will find your efforts rewarded in the end.  You’re competing for your job; you must stand out amongst the rest. Challenge yourself to be more than you’ve been and show the employer from the start through the efforts you’ve made in your job search preparation that you’re the employee they want.

Come in to Dillon Job Service located at 730 N. Montana St, Suite #4, Dillon, MT and our Employment Specialists will be happy to assist you in creating your resume.

Disclaimer: Dillon Job Service will provide links to resources with helpful tips and information for your job search. Dillon Job Service does not directly or indirectly endorse any third party products or service. All services at Dillon Job Service are free of charge.

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