Your resume is your best tool to get you that interview, so make sure it's up-to-date!. It is the first thing that an employer will see, making a good impression.
- Your resume should be able to showcase your skills, achievements, and experiences. It should be clear and concise and not more than 2-3 pages.
- Read the job description carefully to understand what the hiring manager is looking for. The job description will have a list of skills the hiring manager is looking for; You can also use the job description to figure out what the company expects from you.
- You may also want to visit some of the company's social media channels or take a look at their website for more details about the company culture.
- Describe what you have accomplished in your career as opposed to listing responsibilities
- Proofread and Proofread again
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