Published at Wednesday, April 17th, 2019 - 22:30:29 PM. Resume Template. By Adalwine Lehmann.
Number one. Although it’s understandable that because of lack of time and (occasionally) imagination, job applicants tend to submit one particular resume to all companies. This can be tolerable to a person applying for the similar position, but even for the given circumstances, it lacks the necessary polishing and formatting your resume should have in order to answer the given job qualification the firm-in-hiring is seeking for. Target your resume to what the job category calls for.
These days, there are so many fonts to choose from that it can get confusing as to which should be used for a resume. Moreover, some people use different fonts thinking that this makes their resumes look more interesting and original. On the contrary, it is strongly suggested that only one font – a fairly standard one – be used in writing or typing a resume. You’ll notice that free resume examples almost always use only one common font, like Times New Roman, Arial, or Palatino, the usual font types used in business writing. Remember, your creativity will be tested during the interview and once you get hired, not on paper. Your traits and past work experiences should be enough to make a recruiter consider you as one of the top applicants, if not the top. Besides, what recruiters are looking for are candidates that possess the qualifications they are looking for, not candidates who have fancy letterheads.
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