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    The biggest resume mistake you make and how to fix it

    When most people find a job they want, they fill out an application for the job and attach a copy of their resume. Seems like common sense. After all that’s how “career experts” tell you to increase your chances of getting a job.

    Most experts suggest creating the perfect resume. One that is just the right length, has the best font, and has the best keywords. Then you just send it off to as many job openings as you can. Unfortunately that isn’t the best way to get a job.

    Check out this article about a better way to write your resume and land the job: https://www.climbuptheladder.com/the...how-to-fix-it/.

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    There is no one size fits all approach to this process. For example, you must tailor the cover letter you include with your resume to each specific employer you're applying to.
    Todd can teach you a lot about how to get a job and get more out of your career.

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    You have given some important tips over here and you are right about make some changes in your resume according to the post you are applying.
    We can help you to find your dream Job and would give you best Career Advice.

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    9 Things You Should Remove From Resume in 2018

    We often tend to spend much time in writing our resume or CV but not every time they can pass the scrutiny of a hiring manager. Sometimes we miss certain important facts and again there are several times when we add some unnecessary points to it. Why not you take another look at your resume and do the necessary edit. Are you looking for tips for perfect CV for engineers and other non-engineering disciplines? Then this blog piece is just for you.

    Here we share 10 things that could be wrong with your resume or CV and you must avoid them while editing the same.

    1. Career Objective:
    Replace an objective statement with a professional appearing profile; something that summarises the best parts of your background and highlights you best. Set the correct tone/theme and use the rest of the resume as a proof.

    Read more at: 9 Things You Should Remove From Resume in 2018
    Last edited by nishagg89333; 23rd November 2017 at 08:59 AM.

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    Getting Help with your Resume

    Don't be afraid to look around and get some expert help on your resume. If your skills do not include word processing then find somewhere that can do it for you. I use Glever.com. They have cutting edge AI that can compile your information into a nice resume. Be sure to proof and check the dates & numbers carefully. You are what you put in front of them. You want to be the best you can be.

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