Hey there Job Hunter,

 

Hope you’re enjoying this free resume course so far.

It’s packed with mega useful job-hunting secrets and tactics…

If you use them.

 

Let’s get moving with today’s resume hot tips…

Today’s Resume Hot Tips

One thing to consider when working on your resume is to keep it interesting.

Keep it short and to the point.

Do not use 50 words when 20 will do.

 

If your resume is difficult to read…

Then you will greatly reduce the number of companies that will call you back for an interview.

Here are some things to consider.

Short words = more comprehension

Long words = low comprehension

Short blocks of text = more comprehension

Long blocks of text = low comprehension

 

For maximum impact, with lasting impression, use the KIS principle.

Keep it simple.

Customize your resume to meet the needs of the company you’re applying to.

Avoid fancy jargon.

You’ll only impress your mum with that stuff.

Your resume is not a place to be slick or clever.

Leave that daft stuff for your friends.

 

Stay on topic and professional in your resume.

 

Out of date? Leave it out.

You do not want to talk about what you did 15 years ago.

Unless it’s hyper relevant to the job you’re applying for.

 

It’s always better to talk about what you’ve done recently.

This will make your resume more relevant.

Make impact statements FIRST.

Your resume is a sales letter that is selling YOU.

Hit them with your best info early on.

This will grab their attention.

Don’t think they will look at your resume carefully.

Hit them with the details that explain all of your best achievements after that.

Use their terminology.

Research that terminology if you don’t know what it is.

Every company has their own terminology.

Miss this point and you’ll be sent down the river.

 

Use the terminology of the industry. It will definitely make your resume stand out from the noise.

Always review and edit.

No matter what you do, never forget to edit.

Ask friends to look over your resume.

Nothing is worse than sending your resume to a prospective employer with grammatical errors.

Also, be sure you double-check all the information such as dates and salaries.

 

Mistakes WILL hurt your chances in getting your dream job.

 

You can use this link to contact me via the Upwork platform if you’d like help with your resume and cover letter:

>> https://www.greg-noland.com/resumes

That’s all I got for you today…

I’ll be back soon with some great tips on how you can make your resume stand out. Or if you’re in a hurry and don’t want to wait. Click that link above and I’ll start working on your resume ASAP.

 

There are 10 times the number of people looking for jobs today than there were 10 years ago. And getting an interview is killer hard.

 

Let me show you how you can have an almost unfair advantage in today’s job marketplace.

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To your dream job in 2020,

Greg “Quality Resumes Rock” Noland

P.S. By the end of this short course I will teach you more about finding a new job than you ever thought possible. You will learn how a prospective employer looks at you and treats your application. This will give you a serious advantage in hunting for your dream job.

Your pathway to your dream job: >> https://www.greg-noland.com/resumes

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