It happens all the time; job seekers hit the market with their cookie-cutter resume, designed from a cookie-cutter template, and feel utter disappointment when they don’t get even one response to their dozens of applications.
Many job seekers think that there is a strict format for resumes. They go back to their high school or college days when their English professor helped them create a standard, bland resume. Or, they hit Google to find a generic template that “looks good enough.”
If you fall into this category, listen up because there’s a reason why your cookie-cutter, been-done-a- million-times-before resume isn’t landing at the top of the pile — you need a custom resume design.