Do you have it? Are thinking from the employer’s perspective when it comes to your resume? If not, you need to rethink, and probably rewrite, your resume. How do you know if your resume is employer-centric? If you still have an “Objective” on your resume it’s a sure bet that your resume is not.

A good quality resume should allow an employer to draw the line between what you have achieved in your career and what you can do for them. What do you bring to the employer’s table?

Ditch the “Objective.” Create a great “Summary of Qualifications” that makes a hiring manager want to keep reading your resume. Populate your documents, not with boring tasks and items from your job description, but true accomplishments and achievements. You know what you can do! This is your one opportunity to show your future employer what you are capable of, get invited for an interview and land that job.

Thanks so much for reading. Talk Soon.

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