The problem with most Thank You letters is they are usually prepared as just a nice gesture. Saying thank you is a very nice thing to do and it does go along way, but it is not strategic enough to add another dimension to your candidacy, it leverages not an additional qualifier, and doesn’t elevate your interview performance. In other words, use your Thank you opportunity as a last marketing tool in order to gain you a competitive distinction.
So what is the formula to writing a resume that shouts value? You need to identify the impact of what you do day in and day out. Compare your performance to that of others who don’t meet or exceed expectations. Look at your job from the employer’s perspective and not yours!
The Holidays are here but don’t halt your #jobsearch: Your resume presentation counts! While content and the value your resume offers is key, capturing the attention of your new employer so your resume actually is read – is imperative. A few simple formatting tricks can help your resume outshine others with visual impact.
How can you get over your jitters and ace the interview in order to win the job over the competition? Service your future employer before you are even on payroll.