It seems like companies, large or small, just keep rejecting. What hurts most is to see the rejection, then find the job posting still live and ongoing. And that I still don't have a job. How do I keep my motivation?
Your dream job just got posted, and you’re super excited. There’s just one problem: You literally (and I actually mean literally) have zero relevant work experience. Whether you’re a career changer or a new grad with no internships under your belt, what can you actually put on your resume that makes you look as qualified as possible?
A client of mine recently discovered an exciting position and immediately said to me, “I want to apply for this.” We worked together to polish up her resume, pull together a cover letter, and come up with a set of strong responses to frequently asked interview questions. But as we moved along through the process, I sensed her initial excitement waning. She seemed nervous, quiet, and hesitant about taking the next steps.
Your resume may be the first impression a potential employer will have of you, but in order to achieve that, it has to actually make an impression. Hiring managers see a lot of resumes, which means not only does yours need to have strong content and be presented clearly, but it also needs to be memorable and catch an employers' eye.
Here are some tips on writing a resume that will stand out from the pack.
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Good morning mam/sir,
It's my pleasure to introduce my self. Well, I'm Rani born and raised in Kathmandu.
I have done my schooling in Little flower Montessori English Medium High School with, then I did my plus 12 from BISHWA JR COLLEGE and now I'm pursuing my final year B-Tech from CBIT.
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