By Priti Dadlani
Your resume is your first chance to make a good impression when you embark on a job hunt.
A well-written and crafted resume won’t land you the job but it will help you get noticed and get your foot in the door for an interview.
So how do you make your resume stand out from the competition?
Over his 33-year career, Raj Dadlani, CEO and founder of Huntech, a global recruitment firm, has reviewed thousands of resumes to place candidates in computer engineering jobs with the world’s leading semiconductor, telecom, wireless, multimedia and software companies.
Spelling and grammar mistakes in a resume are red flags, which raise concerns of laziness and lack of skill, said Mr. Dadlani.