Can a Great Resume Make Your Phone Ring?
Our guide to writing the perfect resume, complete with resume templates, will show you how to make your resume stand out in a crowd so that it will generate interviews for you, and make the phone ring.
You send out your resume. Then the waiting game begins. How long before the phone rings? Still nothing. The silence frustrates you, doesn’t it? Well, you’re about to learn how to break this silence. You’ll see exactly how to create the perfect resume. A resume that has the power to make your phone ring.
When the phone rings your resume serves its purpose
The purpose of a resume is to get you an interview. Plain and simple. Yet 95% of the resumes we see are so poorly written the only thing they get is thrown in the trash.
But what makes these resumes so bad? Most times, it’s just impossible to figure out what job the applicant wants. That’s not a joke. To make matters worse, the resume does not reflect who the person is and what type of work they do well.
Most people don’t even know their resume is bad
We even see very intelligent and talented people submitting these bad resumes. After years of sending out their resume they still haven’t gotten an interview. We know the quality of the resume is likely the cause. Sure, a bad economy makes it harder, but a bad resume makes it impossible.
Is it possible a great resume makes a difference?
A great resume is the difference between getting the call for an interview and waiting for the phone to ring. If you have been deterred by the silence...
Here’s the good news:
- It’s easy to make a great resume, once you know how.
- Most other people (your competitors) have really bad resumes.
This guide shows you how to make your resume great. And a great resume fills the silence with the pleasant sounds of a ringing phone.
Here’s to breaking the silence,
Michael T. Robinson
"How To Write The Perfect Resume,
A Resume Writing Guide, Complete With Resume Templates"
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