The resume summary is a place to highlight information that doesn’t have a place elsewhere, not to repeat information the recruiter already has access to.
You need to explain why you are a good fit for the role, even if their experience is in a completely different field. Direct a recruiter’s attention to a specific role you’re interested in, highlight specific skills and achievements that aligns with the job description.
For example, most recruiters who see "expanded client base" on a resume automatically ask, "By how much?"
BEFORE: Conducted training for internal teams.
AFTER: Conducted over 20 trainings in smart learning techniques with high school students and teachers, reaching over 500 people.
Adding numbers to your resume bullets. It helps recruiters really picture the impact you’ve made in your position, and it frankly just sounds more impressive.
Follow the PAR Method
Include your volunteer experience. Keep the header name Work and Volunteering Experience.
Add a Temporary Label to your designation.
List your experience client wise.
In case, similar nature of work and multiple clients.
Yes ! You can follow the approach below.
A traditional resume outlines your skills, qualifications and experience, whereas a video resume enables an employer to get a feel for your personality, how you talk and communicate.
Example: Hi ! My name is Mr. ABC and I am looking for Sales Executive position in a fast growing company. From the last 10 years I was the main point for one of the most prominent residential companies.
Note: Hard skills and work experience, we have a resume for it.
You can use personal pronouns like I, Me, My, etc.
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