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Resume Etiquette Do’s & Don’ts for a Resume Template

Resume Etiquette Do's and Don'ts for a Modern Resume 1.4 in Hr managers receive 50 resumes per job listings 1.10 in Hr managers receive 100 resumes per job listings What are HR Managers Looking for In Candidates ? 77% 48% 41% Specific Accomplishments Relevant Resume was customized Experience to the Open Position or not HR Managers also look for KEYWORDS in Resumes 56 % Problem Solving Leadership 44% 40 % Oral/Written Communication Performance & 31% 33% Team Building productivity improvement DO'S AND DON'TS FOR A MODERN RESUME Font First A a Contact Me > Include best ways > Professional > Classic > Easy to Understand to contact you > Include your full first name Formatting Matters > Organizingyour resume appropriately Кеeplt Relevant Machine Readable > Customize it specifically for the position > Do ensure your resume is machine- Text Only readable > Limit your resume to text > Photo on your resume is not necessary Dont's Do not use proprietary acronyms or jargon Do not exceed 3 to 5 bullets per section Do not have a single typo Do not have multiple personalities or grammatical Do not bother with high school if you have any college experience Do not plan to include personal references on your resume Do not use a funny yet controversial email address Source: avzz3MondDCj7 02/16/winning-resume-infographic/#m!3562

Resume Etiquette Do’s & Don’ts for a Resume Template

shared by lisablueberry on Jan 12
A good Resume Template is not a flashily done page of packed content, but is a document that showcases relevant experience, specific accomplishments and achievements, and provides information most per...


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