When you are in a job search, you want to do everything the right way. You leave no stone unturned to find out the best way to do things. And creating your résumé is one of your most important tools. You put time and effort into making it the best you can, so that it will be read and get you an interview. The résumé is a compilation of words. The question is how well do you use your words to get your point across successfully.
A Grammarly, the grammar checker, team looked at 500 active job postings, an elite group of 100 of the most profitable businesses in the United States. They evaluated each companies’ language in the postings on how they worded the hiring priorities. Below is an infographic of their results. I think you will benefit from it when creating your résumé.
The two things that I found interesting were team work is more highly favored over individual contributor and experience has it over skills. I will be making it a point to discuss these two words with my clients.
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The above piece of information on CV drafting is really very helping and i have edited my cv taking some cue from your advise,
I hope your new cv will help your job search.