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Former recruitment agency experts answer employment questions, candidly suggesting how to negotiate your salary, find a really good job, handle phone interviews, and more.

Sage advice like this is priceless.



How does someone with diverse experience in many fields write a resume that an employer will be interested in?

It is important to tailor each resume to each job you apply for. Focus on the skills that the employer is looking for.

Don't try to write a resume that will appeal to all employers for any position. You’ll get nowhere. Instead, emphasize only what’s relevant to the job you are applying for and leave everything else off the resume.

People get lazy and send out one version of their resume for all jobs that they find appealing appealing but employers don’t get lazy when reviewing resumes. So remember that and tailor your resume as much as possible.





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