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As part of my job, I review many resumes every day, and this one mistake always gets me. Many people receive awards, get into selective programs, and do other impressive things, but fail to convey the full magnitude of impact. Since they don’t show the competition, they don’t reveal how many people were vying for the same spot & that they
I’m sure recruiters will agree that most resumes are full of irrelevant information, making it hard to find the info they need. Occasionally, if you are lucky, you will get a sympathetic recruiter who is willing to get perplexed and follow your chaotic resume maze. However, the chances of that are negligible. An Applicant Tracking
How to describe language skills on a resume? In continuation with my last post which explained 3 things: ➡️ Are recruiters interested in my language skills? ➡️ What is the impact of adding language skills to my resume? ➡️ Where should I list my language skills on my resume? (link to my last post is
How to List Languages on a Resume is important because language skills are commonly incorrectly listed on resumes as: ❌”English, Hindi & Tamil” or “Can speak, read and write English.” or “Can Speak Hindi” Or “Can Speak & Read Tamil” ❌Some jobseekers wonder whether it is necessary to list language skills on their resumes and