Wednesday, May 30, 2007

The Resume as an Interview Tool?

Before you land an interview, you'll need to make sure you've got one of your job-hunting tools honed to a razor's edge, writes Myra Thomas. And that tool is: your resume.

Obvious, right? You already know your resume has to present your skills and work experience in the strongest possible way. And, you probably know most resumes get a first read that is, at best, quick. But when you consider that most hiring managers make their decision about a candidate within five minutes of beginning an interview, you may come to agree with the notion your resume had better be a stunner.

Read five issues your resume should address on JobsintheMoney.

Five Steps to a Standout Resume [JITM]

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