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As you may have heard before, there's a Harvard research that states your resume has only about 6 seconds to make a positive impression on the recruiter. That is if it's been read by a human! With the advent of ATS systems, what should an executive resume look like? Listen and find out!
- 04:21 - Let's talk about resumes
- 05:33 - What is an ATS system?
- 10:37 - Which resume template is the best?
- 13:48 - Can my resume be colorful?
- 14:58 - How many pages should my resume have?
- 15:46 - The difference between Resume and CV
- 17:00 - Should my resume have a headline?
- 18:41 - How do I show proof of my expertise in the resume?
- 20:42 - Should my resume have logos?
- 22:17 - Can I do my resume using Canva?
- 23:07 - What if I'm not good at writing?
- 24:24 - Should I get my resume done by a professional?
Links mentioned in this episode:
- Renata's Website
- Free Optimized Job Search Schedule: Workbook & Masterclass
- Book a consultation with me to work on your resume!
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Hello, I'm Renata Bernarde, the Host of The Job Hunting Podcast. I'm also an executive coach, job hunting expert, and career strategist. I teach corporate, non-profit, and public professionals the steps and frameworks to help them find great jobs, change, and advance their careers with confidence and less stress.
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Host: Renata Bernarde
Editing: Estella Dacuba
Music: Scott Holmes
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