The Dos & Dont's of Resumes: Making Recruiters Take Notice

By AkkenCloud

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When you turn in a resume to a recruiter, you’ve got six seconds to make an impact. Formatting is key, and this graphic outlines how to format your resume to best suit recruiters. It’s important to think like a recruiter when giving your resume a once over, and make sure your resume doesn’t include unnecessary information. 

In an effort to make sure your resume stands out from the others, we’ve created a graphic all about resumes, entitled “Resume Dos and Don'ts: Making Recruiters Take Notice”. 

We’ve also included a list of fantastic buzzwords to help draw recruiters in, along with words to leave out. (Really. Go-getter just doesn’t cut it anymore.) And finally, our red-flag list of things to never include on your resume. From spelling errors and over-the-top formatting, to novella resumes and obnoxious email addresses – you’ll find our best tips here.

 

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Resume Dos and Don

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