Have you ever described yourself on your resume or in your cover letter as a “hard worker” with a “positive attitude” who is able to “learn quickly?” Let me guess—did your job application seem to disappear into the HR black hole? I can’t say I’m surprised.
In other words, don’t sell yourself short by just throwing in flat, overused words to describe your soft skills. Show them off in a more concrete way, and I guarantee you’ll have more success.
The time has come to look for a job. You’ve been editing your resume like a maniac, taking in all the advice on what to take out and what verbs to use. And after much tinkering and typo eliminating, you’re finally done—and it looks just like everyone else’s. How are you supposed to stand out now?
How to catch the hiring managers’ attention? A strong Resume/CV and Cover letter is a must. Knowing this, you can easily see the value of hiring a Professional Career Document Writer at the beginning of the job search process.
Many people will try by themselves to write their own Resume/CV, resulting in not getting the interviews and getting stuck in the past.
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