When an employer hires you, they are investing in you. They are doing so with the expectation of receiving value in return that you will save money, make money, save time, and produce happy, loyal customers.
- Make a list of your qualifications, skills, and experience that create value for the employer.
- Include the following items:
- Leadership roles
- Work experience in alignment with your degree.
- Employment history that is not related to your degree (maybe).
- Professional memberships
- List the special projects you completed while in school that are applicable.
- Evaluate different formats to ensure the resume sections are in the right order for your situation.
- Select a format that is accepted by (Applicant Tracking Software (ATS) systems used by most employers.
- Add a value proposition that will grab the reader’s attention.
- Match the headline title to the job title you are applying for---change it every time if needed.
- Go over the keywords in the job description; make sure they are dispersed throughout the resume.
- Re-read your resume numerous times to ensure correct grammar and punctuation. -OR -
- Save time and money by hiring a professional resume writer. Time is money. You will find employment quicker by hiring a professional who knows the rules to create a document that gets results.
When an employer hires you, they are investing in you. They are doing so with the expectation of receiving value in return that you will:
SAVE MONEY - MAKE MONEY - SAVE TIME - PRODUCE HAPPY AND LOYAL CUSTOMERS