3 Secrets for Resume Success

Whether you are just entering the workforce or are looking to advance in a long-standing career, it is important that your resume reflects who you truly are as a candidate. This eBook will cut through the noise and varied opinions on what should or should not be included in a resume and will give you 3 incredibly important secrets for a successful resume. Learn how to make a memorable impact on the employer of your dreams!

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3 Secrets for Resume Success

What you will learn in this eBook

Although the economy is slowly recovering, competition is still fierce, and hiring managers often receive hundreds of applications for a single position. Your resume is an employers first look and initial impression of you as an individual and professional, so you want to make sure that you can clearly and quickly communicate your value to them. In this eBook, we'll look at:

Communicate Your Value to a Potential Employer
The Huge Problem of Mistakes in Your Resume
Why Your Resume Needs to Move With Your Career
How To Send The Right Message with Your Resume

Sneak peek

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Does it really matter if a candidate has a typo or a grammar mistake on their resume? Truth is…it does. Job seekers are looking for employment, and in order to get any job, they have to impress the recruiter and/or hiring manager first.

Now, if they met with these people in person first, maybe it wouldn’t be a problem. However, most job seekers don’t meet their potential employers in person first; they meet them on paper: 90 percent of top companies use an applicant tracking system to find their candidates.

This is why grammar issues on a resume cause a problem. Poorly edited resumes translate as poor communication skills, inattention to detail, and a lackluster desire for the job in the first place.


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About the author

Anne St. Hilaire
Anne St. Hilaire
Anne is my name, marketing is my game. Slight obsessions include: antipasto, social media domination, and helping job seekers score the career of their dreams.
3 Secrets for Resume Success