This problem is aggravated by the fact that most professional resume writers don't have the behind the scene background that I do, so when choosing a resume writer, be sure and interview them first, before committing to use their services. In the interest of full disclosure, I do not offer a resume writing service other than assisting my active candidates with resume revisions prior to submitting their resume to a client.
The best thing about resume software is that it is usually online. This means that you can save your work online and have access to your resume anywhere there is an Internet connection. No more scrambling to find your flash drive or emailing yourself multiple versions of your resume. With online resume software you can access, change, and even print your resume from right within your web browser.
Ostensibly, your resume should successfully arrive 'unblemished' on the desk of a recruiter, working for an interested, reputable company. The potential exposure, is that it will be accessed and replicated in the hands of ruthless individuals; now armed with an alluring and attractive resume for personal use or, re-assigned to unsuspecting job applicants seeking employment in the US. This scam may escalate dramatically predicated on the target market (e.g., IT, Healthcare, and ironically, Internet Security/Encryption).
Before you begin inserting keywords in your attorney resume, you need to make sure that all of the relevant information with respect to your work history and experience are included in the resume. This means focusing on the job description and making sure that every experience and skill related to this position is included in your attorney resume.
Finally, be careful about overusing keywords or engaging in "keyword stuffing." Your attorney resume should be readable. While a computer will not notice that you crammed you resume with keywords, an employer reading your resume will. You need to use keywords sparingly so that it still looks and reads like a resume. You also need to use keywords that accurately reflect your professional experience and skills. Padding your resume with terms that have nothing to do with your actual skills and experience could cost you the opportunity to interview.
Obsess - Don't obsess over the length of the resume but focus on the content. Also, personal pronouns like "I", 'me" should be avoided, as it might pose you as an egoistic person. Ideally, it's one or two pages that tell the person reading it about your accomplishments and indicate the value that you can bring to the company you are applying to.
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