The Job Search Bible asked a variety of career coaches and authors to give their single best piece of advice to job seekers about their resume. My contribution and many others are included in this post.
I believe that many job seekers don’t think of their resume as a marketing document. They forget to put themselves in the mindset of their buyers (potential employers.) Instead of an objective at the top of their resume, which outlines what the candidate is looking for, their opening statement should tell the reader: Here’s what you get when you hire me.
Find the whole post here. Enjoy it as I enjoy a long holiday weekend.