3 ways to bring more attention to your resume

In today's highly competitive job market, having a captivating resume is essential to capture the attention of potential employers. While tailoring your resume to each job application is a common practice, I want you to explore some other strategies that can make your resume truly stand out without tailoring it to every single job description which can take up a lot of time.

Let's discover three approaches that can make your resume unforgettable.

1. Craft a compelling professional summary or branding statement that reflects your unique strengths and what you can offer to potential employers. This should be a concise and impactful introduction to your resume.

2. Incorporate design elements sparingly, such as lines, borders, or icons, to add visual interest without overwhelming the reader.

3. Use industry-specific terminology and keywords within your resume. This can help your resume perform better in applicant tracking systems (ATS) and resonate with employers who are familiar with the language of your field.

Doing this doesn't only bring more attention to your resume, but also shows you are a top candidate when a hiring manager reads it.

If you are reading this and saying to yourself "This is easier said than done" I'm here to help. 

If you need another set of eyes, specially the eyes of a career specialist, click the link below for a free resume review. Updating your resume may be easier than you think!

Free Resume Review

Talk soon! 

Tyrina Lassiter,

Career Transition Specialist 



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