Going through piles of resumes is tedious, mind numbing, and finger shredding work. I get grumpy just thinking about it. But after hours of sifting through endless wads of wasted resume copy, I have noticed a pattern to what gets my attention. There are tricks you can employ in your resume writing to get employed. You don’t need to be a professional resume writer to get noticed and land an interview. Promise.
Since I am a professional writer, and have hired many to join my team(s), I’ll share the simplest ways to build your resume. I’ll share the stuff you must do to get noticed.
Here are 10 ways to build a resume like a professional resume writer (The Do’s):
1. Do get organized.
Stop spazzing, stressing, and splitting hairs over writing your resume. Take a chill pill and just get organized (yes, I wrote chill pill). Putting some words to paper requires a bit of research on your part. Are you medicated yet? OK, here’s how to do it: