A resume is your first chance to make a favorable impression on a hiring manager.
An interview may be your last chance to convince the individual to give you a shot at the job.
This video from Career TV, provides excellent advice to make the most of your chances. You need to avoid:
- Negativity – every problem was someone else’s fault. You refuse to accept accountability.
- Resumes that are too busy. Those printed on colored paper or with exotic fonts.
Follow the advice of this experts from:
- Mayo Clinic
- Asram Sylvania
- JP Morgan Chase
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