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Vol. 16, Issue 52 - Week of December 25, 2017

Are you having a hard time finding a job?Abridged: Inside Hired

SCOTTSDALE, AZ -- Do you feel that you are being overlooked? Does your resume represent you as a qualified candidate for the position? If your answer is no then you need to devise a resume that is strategically targeted to your specific job needs. These days most people tend to have a generic style resume that list all of their previous jobs and experiences. However, that may not cut it.

Today's job market is very competitive, therefore; you need to have a resume that will demonstrate that you have all of the qualifications that the employer is looking for while highlighting your achievements. Remember employers are looking for the most competent candidates to fill the position. So, in order to get the job, you may need to start your target practice by doing your homework.

Learn everything about the industry you are pursuing. Learn what precise skills, qualifications, education, and credentials someone in that field is expected to have. When composing your resume make sure to emphasize the specific qualifications they are seeking. Keep in mind that by targeting your resume and emphasizing your relevant qualifications you may need to omit unrelated information.

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