Whether you’re writing your first or adding new experience to your already extensive resume, it’s important to spend time perfecting your resume. Your resume is the first impression a hiring manager will have of you! There are so many guidelines and articles out there to help you write a resume that it can be a little overwhelming figuring out where to start! Working in the staffing industry at Latitude 36 has allowed me to read a massive amount of resumes during my time here, and I have seen a lot of good ones, but also a lot of one that could definitely use a little work. With that said, here is a quick guide to help you get on the road to writing a great resume!
Your recruiter needs your help to help you. This page provides some tips on the best ways to work with your recruiter, as well as tips on putting your best foot forward in the job search process by writing a great resume and cover letter.
Writing a great resume doesn’t necessarily mean .
Writing a great resume often requires tailoring it to fit different employers and the job posting by simply modifying it to emphasize your skills and experience that they are looking for, and downplaying (but not deleting) the aspects about you that are less relevant to them.