First impression is the last impression
Prospective employer hardly spends 15 - 20 seconds looking at CV to make his first impression about candidate.
How to Prepare a Resume That Will Attract ANY Recruiter
Your resume is your passport to job interviews. A good resume is hard to come by. It requires a lot of thoughts, time and efforts, and some professional help because catching the reader’s attention isn’t easy.
Always energise your resume with action words.
Your contact information leaves the first impression.
An impressive resume starts with an introduction.
Allow your experience to tell a career story.
Don’t forget the power of a dynamic education section.
Sprinkle strong skills throughout your resume.
Your hobbies can proves you’re a culture fit.
Achievements sell your skills and experience.