Think about a time where you had a song or a type of song stuck in your head – and all you had at your disposal was a radio. You turn the radio on and you start spinning the dial (or clicking the seek/find button). Some stations you sail by, others you only briefly pause to listen more before heading to the next one.
When your resume is first reviewed, it happens very quickly. For insights to why your resume may get overlooked, let’s look at why you don’t stop on some radio stations.
- Too much static. Much like a radio station, if you have too much static to sift through (static being too much irrelevant info that doesn’t pertain to the job that you are applying to), the hiring manager might keep clicking to the next resume. To save yourself from this fate, cut the filler and make sure…
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