You’ve spent hours on your resumé, incorporated multiple suggestions from friends, made multiple changes to please job agencies and your secret mantra has become “Oh, please!” – but employers’ doors remain stubbornly shut.
Failure to get your foot in the door and land an interview – even when you’re qualified for an advertised opportunity – can happen for many reasons; but it often boils down to not telling a convincing story from the very start of your resumé.
Two Burning Questions
Most employers hate the time and risk involved in the hiring process. The cost to companies of recruiting and onboarding a new hire can be as high as one year’s salary. When an employer picks up your resumé to give it the ten-second glance, they are looking for quick answers to two burning questions: Continue reading