Author : Derik Salomon.
Published : Mon, Oct 14th 2019 14:27 PM.
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If you paid to have someone write your resume the first time, you will no doubt lack the confidence to make significant changes to fit each situation. Sometimes you may just need a tweak - and you will handle that. Other times, it may take some serious changes to put your background and capabilities in the most favorable light. Going back to the professional writer to get this done each time is going to cost you.
As an example, lets say at your current job you have been called on to handle a wide range of tasks - and you have carried them out exceptionally well. The problem is, you may not want to list all of those responsibilities in a single resume. That might give the impression that you are not focused on any particular expertise and that may put you at a disadvantage. Better to research what skill sets and what role the company you are interested in is looking to fill. Then, tune your resume accordingly. Takes more time? Yes. Gets better results?
The first way, and possibly the most difficult, is to create your resume from scratch. This can be a challenge because you do not want to submit a resume that is boring and that will not catch the eye of the hiring staff. If you write your own resume be sure that you come up with a unique presentation of your information and that you do not have any errors in spelling or grammar. When employers see a resume that is sloppy and that has errors on it they are very likely to turn it over and continue looking at the other resumes that were submitted.