How to design a creative resume

With hundreds, if not thousands, of applicants applying for each job position, you need to craft an attention-grabbing resume that will immediately draw in an HR director or recruiter. The idea of a “creative” resume has become commonplace, but the templates found online are not always in your best interest. Many of them sacrifice space to prove experience for an appealing design. Always remember: content is king. The main objective of a resume is to emphasize your qualifications for the job you want. Adding creativity and flair is the cherry on top. Content is king. There are a number of small changes you can make to your resume that add detail without compromising content and professionali

Creating value in your cover letter

Let's face it, cover letters are a drag to write. You want to prove your skills, showcase your experience, and come across personable without writing a memoir. It's a tough balancing act. Some companies have eliminated cover letters as part of the professional materials package they ask for, but most haven't. The reason they're still around? Cover letters provide an outstanding opportunity for you to distinguish yourself in your own voice with examples to back up your claims. The key to a stand out cover letter is to focus on your value. Listen up: it's not about you. It's about what value you offer to help the company reach its goals. Every sentence you write must answer the question "what

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