Most of us have heard that
the average resume is looked at
for 10 to 20 seconds so
how to make those seconds count?
First, use white space.
White space draws the eye
to the words that count.
What words to use?
The words on the front page
(as most employers don’t look at the second)
must clearly address
(as in use the exact words if possible)
all the requirements
in the job posting.
And when talking about experience,
start with a verb.
This illustrates that you’re a take action type of person.
Take action people get hired.
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