WorkWise Resume

Use the workplace to identify needs then match your qualifications. Includes examples of achievements that demonstrate the required skills. 4. Make attractive the subject line when sending your resume via email. Simply writing curriculum in the subject line is boring, boring, boring. How many emails in the flood of an employer containing curriculum in the subject line? Thousands, I suspect. Use your subject line for immediate participation of the reader and make him or she wants to open his first resume! If the height of the subject line that he or she can not go to the next.

5. Wherever possible direct your resume and follow-up call to the person who has the power to hire you. This requires conducting an investigation to find out the name or title of the person who is the hiring manager. Yes, it takes a little more effort but the rewards are worth it. 6. Call to follow up. Most job seekers send their resume and never follow up.

They expect the employer to call them. Demon-strate that it is a hustler by picking up the phone and make that all important connections. First, confirm that your resume has been received. So politely inquire about the position and the next steps in the process. Ask when it would be appropriate to check back with them. Try to talk with anyone on the phone with respect, which could be talking to the decision-making. 7. Be prepared to sell himself on the phone. Most of the companies pre-select candidates by phone. Do not make the mistake of thinking that this is not a real interview. You need to shine here, or will not reach the next level. Be prepared. Smile when you answer the phone. It’s show time! Mary Jeanne Vincent is the author of Acing point cards interview answers to the 20 best “murderer” interview questions. Also included are tips for the interview in the new economy, ideas for responding to illegal and trick questions, and suggestions for avoiding 10 deadly interview mistakes.