by Matt Krumrie, Director of Content Management
Re-posted from Power Network
A meticulously-crafted resume will open doors to job interviews, while a quickly thrown together document filled with blunders can sink those chances.
“Despite all the warnings from employers, recruiters, and countless career experts, some job seekers still don’t think strategically, or type carefully, when writing their resume,” says Michelle Reisdorf, Regional Vice President of Accountempsand OfficeTeam in Chicago
[READ MORE about] the top 10 most common resume mistakes made by college students and recent grads – and some compelling reasons to avoid them…