3 Things That Need to be Perfect on Your Resume


  1. Information about your last job. The first place most Recruiters and Hiring Managers look. They want to know the company, what you did, and for how long. It needs to be complete and align exactly with your headline (see #2) If it was a short duration, as in less than a year, and the job immediately prior showcases you much better, then make it a fairly short entry, so the Reader focuses on the prior job. What was your title? What were your key achievements and results? Did you manage people? Would you be exactly the type of Candidate that the position description is calling for? If not, evaluate the gaps you have, and make sure your other work experience proves you can do it.


Originally sent out in our Insider Tips Newsletter