By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter
Hooking the reader during the initial scan of your resume is key to cinching a job interview. Your professional and/or executive summary positioned in the top one-third to one-half of your resume is the billboard, if you will, meant to entice your audience with a hint of things to come. It’s the highlight reel of your overall value, hooking the reader deeper into your story.
My latest post at US News.com | On Careers offers nine tips on building a powerful resume hook via your professional summary. To read the full story, please visit: How to Write the Perfect Resume Hook.
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