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What Recruiters Look At On Your Resume

By now you must have heard that recruiters spend only about 6 seconds on each resume. Within those six seconds, recruiters have already decided whether or not to hire you. Here are some of the things that recruiters look for on your resume, and things that you should include in yours.

What is a Cover Letter?

In the simplest words, a cover letter is a letter that covers you, i.e. it is a letter of introduction, a summary of sorts. While a cover letter is not mandatory, it is often recommended as it shows your dedication and does make you stand out from the rest of the crowd by making you appear more professional and experienced.

How to write a CV?

A curriculum vitae (CV) is similar to a Resume, as it also shows your skills that would be required for a new position. However, as compared to a resume, a CV is typically longer and more detailed. Here is how to write a competant and effective CV.  

Characteristics of Strong Resume

They say that a good resume is the most important aspect of searching for a job. In fact, having a strong resume can win half the battle for you. Here are some of the Characteristics of Strong Resume.

Different types of Resume

Selecting which type of resume to use is as important as the information we put in that resume. The reason for this is that even if you have the most stellar qualifications, what good is that if it the format of the resume does not show it off. Here are some of the most popular different types of Resumes.

What is the difference between a CV, Resume, and Cover Letter?

CV, Resume, and Cover Letter are three things that you should always have ready to go and updated. These three things are a must even before you actually start searching for a job. In fact, you should probably have these ready and on hand, even if you are not currently on the job market.


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