Your resume is your winning ticket to the job you're applying for. This is your one time to make an impression. You should do your best to make it lasting. Today, there are hundreds of job sites where recruiters and employess look for top candidates. One small mistake and your resume is overlooked or tossed in the decline bin.Frank Dadah, director at a recruitment firm says, "Your resume generally gets about 30 seconds of attention the first time it's reviewed. Job seekers need to take full advantage of that half minute to ensure you move on in the hiring process." But most of the times, people aren't aware of the mistakes they make on resumes. Have no fear. That's why we're here.
Here's what you've been doing wrong on your resume and how to change it.