Your resumé and letter are often the first contact you have with a prospective employer, and may receive just 30 seconds of their time on first reading. Ensure that your resumé contains the right information, in the right order, in a form that is easy to read.
Avoid using overly formal language in your resumé or cover letter.
Ensure that your resumé is concise and easy to read.
You have complete control over what to include in your resumé.
Every part of your application must be an invitation to read more. A succinct and relevant cover letter will encourage the reader to turn to the resumé. A concise page will encourage the reader to look beyond your qualifications and ...