January 1, 0001
, January 1, 0001
On average, hiring managers look at each resume for six seconds. This may scare you. But armed with this knowledge, you can use it to your advantage by having a succinct and eye-catching resume.
One gap a few years back may barely register with a hiring manager. But multiple gaps and short tenures at your previous employers may begin to raise eyebrows.
You accepted the job offer with excitement and couldn’t wait to begin the position. But then shortly after the first day you were being asked to do a variety of tasks that had nothing to do with your role.
You review job postings for your dream jobs, but keep coming up short (or so you think) in the relevant experience areas. Don’t lose heart. Every good employer knows that plenty of people can have the ‘perfect’ experience on a resu...