The purpose of a resume is surprisingly simple: To get you a job interview. It’s the tool you use to show HR that you’re a serious enough candidate to tell the hiring manager about, and to demonstrate to the hiring manager that you can do the job she needs done.
One way is to check out these stories. They’ll help you make sure you’re taking your best shot.
- What Recruiters Look for in a 6-Second Resume Scan
- Recruiter Critiques Project Manager/Developer’s Resume
- The Worst Resume Mistake You Can Possibly Make
- Resumes That Get You Past the Screener
- Why the First Page of Your Resume Is So Important