How will you update your resume for your successful career change?
Too many people put too much information in their resumes, such as a long list of what they can do well or activities instead of accomplishments. These distract from what is important, your accomplishments.
Look at your resume and eliminate extraneous words.
Potential employers will want to know your capabilities and what you have accomplished to date. Your resume should state these in simple and direct terms without any adjectives or qualifiers.
Put a lot of effort into preparing your resume. A well-done resume will help potential employers get a sense of what you could do for them and how you would fit into their organization.
To help you update our resume, here is a career change resume template I made. Subsequent blogs will speak specific parts of a resume.
These ideas are from the book I wrote, CAREER CHANGE GUIDE, to help you find your own way.