Tactics #4 – 6 To Make You The Top Dog
4. Club your reader over the head: Once you’ve found out what’s important from research and networking, construct bulletpoints to address those issues – and put them at the top of your resume. Bold specific individual words to address job description keywords. Don’t bold phrases – instead make a greater visual impact by just bolding words. See: http://recareered.blogspot.com/2010/02/10-ways-to-manage-your-resume-real.html.
5. Be the unique solution to the problem: Demonstrate how you have already solved the problems the company or manager has. Show how you are a Subject Matter Expert in solving their specific problem. Be the right person at the right time and right place. See: http://recareered.blogspot.com/2010/04/subject-matter-experts-rule-best-of.html.
6. Communicate in their language: Use keywords from the job description – the EXACT words. Don’t rephrase, because databases don’t understand rephrasing. More importantly, the job description along with research, conversations, and networking can tell you how the company communicates. Pay attention to your research and conversations to pick up more key words, and to note the communications style. Mirror the style in your resume and include liberal servings of keywords, and you’ve got a recipe for being the top candidate before you ever step foot into an interview room. See:http://recareered.blogspot.com/2010/04/does-your-job-search-strategy-include.html.
So look at your resume….will it make you the top candidate?
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