It’s Important to Customize Your Resume

Creating a canned resume you think will fit all jobs that you are applying for is not the recommended procedure in today’s job market. One perspective your canned resume could indicate to a savvy employer is that you are lazy. Thus the employer is wondering how well you will be able to follow instructions to complete job duties on time and within company policies and guidelines. Another and more important aspect of not customizing your resume is that the employer needs to see in the first 30 seconds of skimming your resume, whether you have the qualifications the job posting is asking for. If the employer is expected to decipher your capabilities, skills and education in a complicated resume, you’ve lost their interest and they will move on to the resume that speaks volumes to them in those first seconds. Learn how to be an outstanding candidate through your resume. Make the best first impression. The inserted article describes areas in which you can strengthen your resume, make sure you click on the link within the article entitled “3 Tips for Building a Resume that Makes Your Phone Ring”

http://www.careerealism.com/customize-your-resume/#!byYzBB

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