Common Resume Blunders to Avoid
Kim Isaacs | Monster Resume Expert
7. Not Including a Summary Section That Makes an Initial Hard Sell
This is one of the job seeker’s greatest tools. Candidates who have done their homework will know the skills and competencies important to the position. The summary should demonstrate the skill level and experiences directly related to the position being sought.
As part of your resume preparation, peruse job openings to determine what’s important to employers. Next, write a list of your matching skills, experience and education. Incorporate these points into your summary.