It’s easy to use the wrong words on a resume, but the real challenge is creating a perfectly worded resume.
Five rules that will help you create a strong, accurate and powerful resume—something that can really get you the job!
When writing resumes, it’s easy to talk about the words you want to avoid—empty, meaningless terms that have nothing to do with you getting you the job.
A bigger problem for job seekers is creating the perfectly worded resume.
It is true the wrong words can destroy your chances of getting the job, but the right words will surely improve your chances.
Creating a perfectly worded resume is not easy. There is no handy “list” of just the right words. A perfectly worded resume will vary depending on the job you are looking for.
However, there are five rules to get you started on the perfectly worded resume: