Matt M. Starcevich, Ph.D. and Arnold Sykes
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Your resume may be the only thing a potential employer will see to determines if an interview is warranted. How effective is your resume in producing interviews?
Every product you purchase is based on the value received for the money spent. Product value is described in quantifiable terms: mpg, karats, processing speed, memory, warranty, etc. Isn’t it reasonable for a potential employer to ask, “What am I buying?” Does your resume present your true and unique value to a potential employer (the buyer)? If it does an interview is more likely. The following ten-question quiz is a start in evaluating how well your resume communicates your value or what the potential employer is buying.