Maximize Your Resume with These 3 Tips

Sharon Mak All, Job Search Tips 1 Comment

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“You only get one chance to make a good first impression” is a saying that nearly everyone is familiar with. What a true statement it is. Without a doubt, first impressions are powerful and often the deciding factors in the judgments people make about one another.

The trickiest thing about first impressions is that they are impossible to erase. This can work against job seekers since they usually get only one shot to positively impact hiring managers. In most cases, a potential employer gets a first impression of a job candidate through his or her resume. Because of this, individuals who want to get hired soon should polish their resumes to perfection (or darn close to it).

Maximize Your Resume with These 3 Tips

Does your resume have some weak spots? Or, does it simply lack a “wow” factor? If so, you can change that with these 3 tips:

There are some advantages to making a first impression via resume. For example, you don’t have to worry about body language, speech, or physical appearance. However, this makes it even more crucial that your resume be flawless. After all, it represents you.

Does your resume call for some maximization?

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  1. Editing does seem like a very smart thing to do after writing your resume. I have a hard time getting started when it comes to writing a resume. Generally, I just start writing things just to get started. So, It would be smart to look back and delete some of those unimpressive or unimportant things.

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