In the tech industry, it’s common for people to spend their first few months or even years of their career as an entry-level employee, and often they have to prove themselves through an in-person interview to be hired.
Here’s how to make your resume stand out:Write about yourself that reflects who you are, where you’ve been, and what you do.
Include any leadership skills you possess that you think will make you stand out in a workplace, and give details of your experiences at the company.
You’ll also want to include any leadership training you’ve received that’s relevant to the role.
Be sure to give a brief description of what you’ve learned and why.
This can be important for a resume, especially if you’ve worked in management or engineering positions.
Ask yourself, “Who will be looking at my resume the most?”
Ask yourself, too, who is going to look at your resume the least?
If you have a question about a resume or other skills, reach out to Recode Senior Writer Rachel Lippman.
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