Why is it that you can’t get a job — even after you’ve forwarded your resume to so many companies you can’t even keep count anymore? Chances are, the issue isn’t that there are no jobs to be had. In most cases, there is an inherent, but solvable, problem with the resume you’re handing employers.
Did you know that, on average, 250 resumes are submitted for every corporate job opening? You don’t want yours to fall to the bottom of each and every pile. How can you get finally start moving forward with your career? Here are three ways to make your resume more appealing to recruiters.
1. Start Concentrating on the Right Things
A new research study by TheLadders found that, while executive recruiters estimated that they spend an average of five minutes looking at resumes, in re