Customize your resume to show employers that you have the skills and experience they're looking for. About one in 200 resumes gets read, so you need to get an employers' attention immediately by outlining exactly what you can do for them.
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Objectives First impressions really do count. You have maybe 20 seconds to persuade an employer to consider your resume, so customize the objective at the top of your resume for each job.
Bullet Statements Resumes need great bullet statements. Build strong bullet statements that qualify the work you performed.
Keywords Many companies use online systems and software to scan through resumes, searching for keywords that match the job description. Use those keywords that apply to your experience to ensure your resume makes the cut.
You'll find keywords in the following places:
At JWU, you want to be able to access your resume when employers are on campus. Keep your resume in multiple formats so you can easily post, copy or email it online, and carry an electronic version on a memory stick (or flash drive).
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