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A resume is the first and only impression your potential employer will have of you in the first round of recruiting, so taking the time to construct a great resume is crucial. Below are some tips on how to write a resume that will get you the interview.

Concise and Precise

In order to ensure your resume is tailored to the position you want, you should write your resume around the core requirements of the job description. Start by writing down the four main requirements, then you are able to organize your experience to directly address them. For example, if the job is a client-facing role, be sure to talk about all of the relevant skills that you have gained from your client-facing experiences.

After writing your resume, review it for any material that does not align with the requirements. If the information is not necessary, remove it. The best resumes directly check all of the boxes of the core requirements in the least amount of words possible.

Make Your Experience Pertinent

It is important to remember that your resume tells a short, concise story in a bullet point format. Be sure to qualify and quantify your experience listed. Include specific examples, figures, and results to add substance to your resume. This also shows the employer how your skills and past experience are directly applicable to their company, and what you can bring to the position.

The Importance of a Glance

You must be a wordsmith when writing your resume so that employers know exactly what you do the minute that they look at it. For example, if you are going for a social media role, your summary should directly state that you are a social media strategist with x number of years’ experience. This will give the employer the information they need quickly, increasing your chances of getting called for an interview.

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