If you’re looking to land a new job in 2014, you have to stand out from the crowd. Your resumé should pop. How do you achieve that? Stop using buzzwords.
Your resume? Well, it’s just a simple piece of paper, now. This certainly isn’t to say that your resume no longer has a purpose. It most definitely does, my friend. Instead of serving as the all-around bio that gets you the job, it should serve as an attention-getter to make your future workplace want to know more.
Today, I’m not going to share with you the golden secret to resumés that will guarantee you the job. That would be stupid. However, I can guarantee that your resume will be ahead of a few others. For the most part, I’m going to tell you the basics of what to do and what not to do. We’ll cover a few topics that key in on current resume trends, old ones, and traits that will (most likely) never die out.
LinkedIn can seem overwhelming. These 5 tips will get you from total newcomer to all-star networker in no time.