by Bart Turczynski, Uptowork
You want to write an office support résumé that gets you a better job. And that’s exactly what you’ll be able to do in five minutes.
If you need a reference point on what makes for a great office support résumé, have a look at this office assistant résumé example (or, if you’re already in a managerial position, double-check how you compare to this sample office manager résumé).
Confident you’ve got a solid résumé? Think again.
There are several important deal-breakers you need to focus on to make sure your résumé doesn’t end up in the discard pile on the HR manager’s desk.
1. Résumés with typos will fail.
We all get it: typos are bad. How bad? More than half of decision-makers will auto-reject your application if they notice poor spelling.
Typos happen to all of us, sure. However, the more of them you find, the less you respect the author (unfortunately, this also...(register to read more)