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Implemented and tested new enhancements. University of Missouri–Kansas City, Bachelor’s Degree, Business Administration 30 Crafting the Resume THE SUMMARY You can see the markups of places where this resume can be improved. For this individual, we are going to craft a new resume. Let’s begin with the summary section. A summary section is needed because you need to provide a foundation of the candidate, an overview of what the candidate has accomplished and her key disciplines. The summary dictates whether the rest of the resume gets read.
The contingency recruiter will generally perform some prescreening for the employer and then send a pool of candidates to the employer to screen and interview. Rates usually range from 20% to 30% of the employee’s first year’s salary. The salary level of a position a contingency firm may fill can range from $40,000 to $150,000. Do’s and Don’t’s • Don’t ever sign an exclusive with a recruiter. • Don’t pay a recruiter; that should come from the employer. ), or geographic area. • Do try to get a referral to a recruiter.
Keywords are descriptive words, usually nouns, that are associated with specific disciplines or industries. Keywords (refer to 2,500 Keywords to Get You Hired, McGraw-Hill, 2003) play an integral role in two areas of the resume screening process. One is the human element—the eyes only element—in which hiring and nonhiring managers are screening resumes for words and phrases that match their criteria. The second is the computer search, where software is developed to seek out keywords that also match the criteria of employers.