As the unemployment numbers reached the 10-million mark by the end of lat year, the competition to get slots is getting fiercer than ever. And the numbers are expected to increase rapidly at the beginning of the year as even the biggest and long-standing companies are cutting jobs to save on their finances. So, what are you to do to make it and survive the battle?
Undoubtedly, the resume is the one weapon you can hold on in order to get a job. It is a bit impractical to be choosy over job openings as everything is just in a blur and financial analysts predict that it might take 18 months for the country to recover from the recession that we are now experiencing.
And so, here are a few tips to make your resume make a good impression for your potential employers.
Alana Neighton is a commerce graduate from a small college in Boston. She currently works as a bookkeeper in a start-up recording company and updates her resume every month with new skills in order to get a banking job in a major bank.
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Article Submitted On: January 14, 2009
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