When you're job searching and sending out countless resumes, tailoring your resume for each job can make an already daunting task even more overwhelming. But it's important to tweak your resume and give the impression that you're the perfect fit, and besides, what's the point in sending a resume that's not the best it can be? You're already taking the time to apply for a job, but sending in an incomplete resume makes that effort a likely waste of time. Discover how one TeamSugar user handles tailoring her resume when you
The other day lemonfizz left this comment that I had to share with you all in case you missed it.
I have two Word files, one that has every job I've ever had chronologically and one that has jobs by job family. I just copy and paste and make a new resume every time I apply for a new job. It's really fast, I promise.
Her technique surely keeps things organized and it's a seamless way to tailor resumes without making each one a time-consuming project. Thanks for sharing your smart career tip, lemonfizz!