Jul 17, 2019 - 11:38 PM
Your resume needs to include things like numbers, demonstrating your impact in a position ("Increased sales by 25 percent"), and look for action verbs to use, such as "orchestrated" or "coordinated" to describe leading a project.
Also, even proficient English language job applicants often have their resumes proofed by someone else, such as a business associate or even a teacher. If English is not your native language, ask someone to look over your resume to ensure there are no errors and the information is clear. You can also use a resume checklist that can help ensure you've written a resume that is not only informative, but attractive and easily read. Make sure you don't use distracting or unprofessional fonts.