The first step in beginning your job search is to create a strong resume. A resume is often the first impression you will give a potential recruiter or employer, and therefore you must invest the time to make it stand out above the rest. In this article, you will find a few examples of the dos and don’ts that will help you build a stellar resume and maximize your chances at landing your dream job
Although job hopping is much more acceptable in today’s market than it was a decade ago, having held many roles in a relatively short period of time can still raise a red flag for many hiring managers and recruiters who will question your loyalty and your ability to make a long term commitment to one company. So, to downplay the frequency of your moves and increase your chances of landing an interview, here are a few things you can do to present yourself as the worthy, qualified professional you know you are and convince recruiters that you are not a short term investment.