When it comes to career building, so many things have evolved and changed, from online job boards and one-click applications to virtual networking. But one thing has not changed: the importance of a resume. No matter where you are in your career, a resume is a requirement and is usually the first impression an employer has of who you are and what you can offer professionally.
Writing and updating your resume is an ongoing project, not something you can churn out in an hour and check off your to-do list. Don’t agonize about it, but mentally prepare yourself that it will take work. So, grab a cup of coffee, and get prepared to build your professional identity.
Whether you are a recent graduate building your resume or you are looking to revamp your current resume, here are some general tips you should consider: