Resume Should Be Constructed Well Enough to Get Past Initial Screener


A well-constructed resume will include qualified and quantified information spoken in plain language that is relevant to the industry, and easy enough to understand by the lowest level screener, writes Sherri Edwards in her article for Quint Careers, Dispelling the Myth About Resumes. You must pass “go” before you move to the next level. Beyond being clear, the information provided is also an opportunity to begin building your value. Never assume that past titles or general statements will imply value, or secure a whopping salary.