DiceTV: How to Dig Yourself Out of the Resume Blues

If employers aren’t calling after you put in your application, the problem could be a bad resume. If it’s generic, doesn’t include critical keywords but does have grammatical errors, you should think of a revamp. The point is to captivate reviewers, and you do that by appealing to them individually. Cat tells you how.

And click here for the Dice Resume Writing Checklist.

Comments

  1. BY Rob says:

    What is on your right wrist?

  2. BY Mark says:

    Wow, didn’t know Cat was a blues man . . . . I think she’s missing her calling. Maybe we hook her up with Blues Traveler.

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