Have you worked on your resume but still have doubts about it? Well, once the resume is ready, you should have a second opinion to polish it.
There are tons of organizations and institutions that can help you to build your ideal resume, the following recommendations are based on my own experience.
One page: In most cases, the text content of a Tweet can contain up to 280 characters; well, choose wisely your words the same way to put in the resume.
Read it aloud: Read the job description and read your resume aloud. Verify if there are keywords, skills, and abilities in common that motives the recruiter to make a call to the applicant.
Add a plus: Means add something unexpected to your resume, an award, a volunteer experience, something that can easily open a conversation during the interview.
Get a second opinion: Sometimes, it is necessary to have a third party judge and criticize our work. I recommend going to the public library and asking if they can correct/review the resume. Every public library has a career coaching program. You can even send it by email:firstname.lastname@example.org.