Aug 14, 2018 - 07:39 PM
Before putting any words down on paper, spend a few minutes assessing your strengths, weaknesses, and employment goals. Doing a quick self-assessment will help you identify how you want to portray yourself on your resume.
As part of the creation process, you may want to use a template to make the drafting process that much easier. Make sure the template you pick aligns with your industry and includes a few basic sections, including a spot for a professional summary, skills section, work experience section, and education section.
While you fill out these sections, align your abilities with the requirements listed in the job advertisement. This will help employers identify you as a leading candidate and increase your chances of your resume making it past the first phase of review if the company uses an applicant tracking system.