5 Resume Mistakes You Can't Make
Monster.com & LedgerLink
If you’re looking for a job and your resume isn’t close to perfect, you’re in trouble. No amount of personality, speaking ability, or interview skills will help you if the first foot you put forward is a bad resume.
Many people are facing the prospect of finding a new job. And some are even contemplating a complete career change. If it has been years since you’ve updated your resume, you may be wondering where to start. Follow these five steps to turn your dusty, relic of a resume into a high-powered personal marketing tool for winning interviews in today’s competitive job market.