During the struggle to grab a job opportunity, strong candidates may not be able to clinch an interview, or worse, might not even be shortlisted at all, just because of a badly written resume. On the other hand, mediocre or even weak candidates might be shortlisted, and even be invited for an interview, all due to a well-crafted resume.
That said, how do you build a resume that will attract recruiters’ eyes? What info should you include? Where should you position everything? For example—will you position your past job experiences at the top portion of your resume, or will you deposit it in the middle? Maybe putting it way below is a wiser alternative? These are some of the delicate considerations you have to take creating your resume. For the rest of the significant data you must check, take a look at Template.net’s infographic designed by Blueberry Labs.
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