It’s all about first impressions. Your resume should capture who you are as a professional. It makes a crucial first impression on your potential new boss and will usually determine whether or not you land that all-important interview.
Your resume needs to provide a summary of your work history, education, credentials, and other accomplishments and skills. A resume should get to the point quickly and be as concise as possible; most recruiters will only spend a minute or two glancing at it. Typically, a resume is one to two pages long and it needs to provide a snapshot of your ability to fill the advertised position you are applying for.
Make sure your resume is saying the right things about you with these tips.