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8 Comments on Career Change and Your Resume

  1. Indeed it is true that “Changing career is a challenge even for the most skilled and accomplished people”. You just have to do what you can and be confident.

  2. antony says:

    This article focuses on the things you need to think before you write your resume . Consider the planning stage and go through the following steps

  3. Glenn says:

    CV parsing (or scanning) software is now in place within the majority of recruitment databases. If the keywords relative to your target job role are not in the CV then you’ve had it.

  4. This is some really interesting advice, the only point I could add is that you must promote your benefits and capabilities in which you can offer the employer. This underpinned by the achievement will achieve serious results. Career advice

  5. This is a really interesting article. The only point I can add is that you must promote your capabilities and benefits which can be underpinned by your achievements. Change of career

  6. David says:

    Thanks for the info guys!!

  7. applicant tracking software says:

    Thanks for your post, it’s a big challenge after all.

  8. Make sure your Keywords are visible and easy to find. You have 5 – 10 seconds of scanning by a hiring manager or recruiter on your Resume, Cover Letter and LinkedIn Profile. I have an updated Blog dealing with exactly this types of situations.

    Good Luck

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