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Who Helps You
Along the Way?
Your Personal Talent
The first point of contact
• One phone call
• Confirm your information
• Align your digital footprint
• Personal Website
• Learn more about your current situation
& what is important in your next role
• Explain how the Indeed Prime process
Creates candidate profile
• Incorporates info from your Indeed
• Incorporates the Talent Ambassador
• Gathers info from LinkedIn profile
• Creates an attractive bio and
headline for you to capture the interest
Dedicated Career Coach
• Keeps track of progress on all your
• Help on numerous topics
• Salary negotiation
• Resume help
• Interview tips
• Mock interviews
• A partner who is with you every step
of your interview process
• Help you understand the company
you are interviewing with
Why is your resume important to your job search?
Statistics show that employers average 3 seconds to review a resume.
First impressions count: First impressions can land you the job or
disqualify your candidacy. Your resume is your chance to either capture
the employer’s attention or to be placed on file for future consideration.
Personal Branding: What sets you apart from other applicants?
Poor Quality Resume
Overcomplicated v.s. Too Simplified
The Chronological Resume
A chronological format lists your most recent employment history (or
education) first, with your jobs appearing by date in a timeline. This
is the traditional method of formatting a resume, and places more
emphasis on your job titles and your employment history than your
skills. Chronological resumes generally work best for jobseekers
with a stable career progression in one or two fields.
The Chronological Resume
Chronological resumes are best suited to the following jobseekers:
A stable work history with few breaks in your employment timeline
Staying in the same field
If your job titles show increased responsibility and higher position levels
Your past job titles match employer job requirements
The Functional Resume
The functional resume will focus far more on your skills and
achievements, rather than on job titles and places of employment.
Functional resumes give you the platform to display your skills and
This format also lets candidates gloss over gaps in their work
history or play down positions that were not relevant.
Functional resumes are best suited to the following jobseekers:
Graduates and those wanting to make a career change
Those wanting to highlight specific skills, knowledge, or abilities
You’re re-entering the job market after an absence
You have a variety of different or unrelated work experiences
You have large gaps in your work history
What are employers looking for?
The information that employers are looking for is consistent
with the job description and hiring manager intake notes.
How you display your resume is up to you, but try to
include as much of the following information.
Career Profile/Objective: Include a brief summary of your skills and areas of expertise. This will
give the potential employer an idea of what you can do.
Experience: Include all your RELEVANT work history experience, preferably including the
company, job title, responsibilities, and the dates of the companies where you are currently
working or previously associated with. This should align with the job you are seeking.
Skills: Mention any relevant skills in terms of software and hardware systems and other technical
Education: Include all your educational qualifications. Make sure you include ALL your education,
including licenses or certifications.
Relevant Projects: Showcase any relevant coding projects
you have completed with links provided if possible.
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