Experts say put a little more vitae into your curriculum vitae.
Wendy Enelow, CareerJournal
June 21, 2002
Apply the rules in your current job and will support a more action oriented resume updating process!!
Posted by Pedro Torres | August 05, 2011 10:00 pm
Based on 20+ years experience personally helping executives get new C-level positions, I think most people would agree the hardest part of job hunting is getting interviews with someone who can hire you. A gussied-up resume is still a resume, and co's use resumes to screen people out. One resume professional advised to list accomplishments rather than responsibilities. The problem with that is is the very great risk that the reader will say to himself: "our situation is different, and therefore the listed accomplishments are irrelevant to our situation". Far better to let the prospective employer know about some of the capabilities you could bring to the table to help him reach his financial goals faster, THAT is hard to do in a resume. Savvy job hunters would be better off using a simple resume that tells about your employment history, and a strong marketing letter to sell your capabilities and why you should be given an interview. More such advice is available to those who are interested. Tom Kellum CareerkeysMan at g mail
Posted by Tom Kellum | August 01, 2011 07:17 pm
The article is indeed very comprehensive and precise.
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