Make sure your resume does not end up in the hiring manager's desk and not trash bin. Follow these suggestions to get to the next round.
Follow these tips to make sure your resume impresses future employers.
Then organize and edit your resume to fit one page. Keep this draft!
Get the reader's attention by capitalizing, bolding, underlining, using asterisks (*) or solid bullet points (•) to help highlight items.
Computers are being used more frequently to read resumes for key words, including: degree information, job functions, industry-specific acronyms and job titles. List as many of these as possible so your resume will register on these searches.
If there is a typo or grammatical error on your resume, you may be eliminated as a candidate. Your resume may be the only chance you get to make an impression on a potential employer, so make it a good one.