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Ways to Get Your Resume Noticed by Job Recruiters

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By Edited Jun 26, 2015 0 0

Millions of resumes get posted on the World Wide Web every year, so how exactly are you supposed to ensure that your resume gets noticed by job recruiters in your specialty? Here are some great tips to help you bag the best jobs on the Internet, today:

1. Make sure your resume is well-written.

Keep in mind that you have to make a great first impression with your resume, since this is the first contact you are making with a potential employer. On that note, you have to try to stand out from all of the other job seekers out there, by making sure that your resume is well-written and professional at the same time. Make sure you add all of your relevant skills, knowledge and experience, to grab the employers' attention.

2. Use keywords effectively.

Repeatedly use industry keywords in your resume, so that the employer will pick up on them through resume tracking systems. If you need help, you can find effective industry keywords in other job postings.

3. Spell things out properly.

Make sure you always spell things out properly, including acronyms. Not all employers know what certain acronyms might mean, for example -- most of all, if you plan on applying for jobs in another city or country -- so always spell them out.

Always spell words correctly. Nothing could make a worse impression than providing a resume that is poorly written. Make sure your resume is well-formatted, easy to read, and free of any spelling mistakes.

4. Focus on the job posting description.

Add the requirements of the position that you are vying for in your resume. If an employer states that he is looking for somebody with "great experience with MS products," "3 to 5 years’ experience,”or “presentation experience," for example, mention this in your resume. If most of the job's requirements cannot be found on your resume, then there are fewer chances of you attracting your dream employer's attention in the end -- remember that.

5. Don't forget to add your contact information.

Make sure that potential employers will be able to contact you through various means, by listing multiple means of contact -- such as your home number, mobile phone number, and email address. Make sure you use a fitting email address when hunting for accounting jobs or admin jobs. You don’t want them replying to bigfluffy @ splash.com.

 If you really want to make the most of the World Wide Web while looking for a new job, try joining as many social networking websites as possible, and be active in them. You can try creating a personal website or a blog, if you enjoy writing.

 

 

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