In a world where resumes are usually sent in electronic form and often stored in databases, keywords are becoming an increasingly important tool that every job seeker should know about, and know how to use effectively.
Hiring managers wade through hundreds of generic applications, and your cover letter is your chance to grab their attention and shout from the rooftops that you are the perfect fit for the role. These tips will help you do just that.
Never thought about the similarities between your resume and a common burger? Well now is the time to consider it! We give you the recipe to the perfect resume and, inadvertently, a really good burger.
Here at Career FAQs, we’ve seen a lot of resumes - the long and the short, the wonky and the boooring. You think writing an effective resume is easy? It's not. To help you out, here are some of the more common resume no-nos we’ve observed.
If your reading this and can’t immediately spot the spelling error in this sentence, then you’re in trouble – because silly spelling or grammatical errors and typos in your resume could immediately sink any hope you have of getting an interview.