How to Improve the Top Third to Form Sensational Executive Resumes?

By siliconindia  |   Monday, 30 April 2012, 02:55 Hrs   |    2 Comments
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Bangalore: It is quite difficult to form a perfect resume, which will grab the maximum attention of the recruiters. You must know that recruiters are busy people as they are always flooded with stacks of resumes on their desk. Therefore, recruiters spend only 4- 5 seconds to go through each resume that they receive each day. Keep in mind that your resume’s top third part should be super catchy, especially if you are applying for an executive position.



According to William Frierson, of CollegeRecruiter.com, the top third portion of your resume is the most important part of your resume that should demonstrate your skill set required for the job and moreover, it will enable the hiring manager to quickly evaluate your resume and decide your fitment for the position.



In order to improve the top third part of the resume, which can make a huge impact on the recruiters; it is advisable for you to make your Branding Statement perfect which directly appears below your name and contact information. It enables the recruiters to get a blend of following information like the job titles that you have held at different organizations, the years you have held each positions, the contributions you have made to previous companies and your field of work as a whole and which adjectives best describe you in your role. These are the most important information’s that every recruiters stress upon.



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