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Resume – 7 trends

These 7 resume trends will help you ensure you are ahead of the competition… and viewed as more-than-ready to take on your next role. 'Modern Resume - Modèles Google Documents' - docs_google_com_previewtemplate_id=134jFx2NOjG_oMkbL3pFijooU-CkNoGpjyJEYBYWsxB8&mode=public

1. Customize for the Audience AND the Position

2. Make it Easy for Readers to Digest Your Information

3. Lead with Your Achievements

4. Treat Your Resume as Your Personal Marketing Tool

5. Speak to Benefits, Not Just Your Experience

Do not lead with years of experience if you want to be hired on merit.

6. Align Resume Content With Online and Mobile Profiles

7. Use the Resume Writing Process for Personal Branding

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at  7 Resume Trends That Make a Real Difference | The Savvy Intern by YouTern

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2 thoughts on “Resume – 7 trends

  1. All 7 trends are very important to make a resume. Thanks for the useful information
    http://www.topupnews.com/5-resume-mistakes-you-can-not-afford-to-make/

    Posted by prasad1234vara | March 13, 2016, 1:07 am

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