Throughout last year, you toiled and boiled in different ways, just to get the job but all to no avail. When the A resume simply means begin again or continue after a pause or interruption. When it gets tossed, it shakes you from front to back or from side to side. A resume is your best chance to make amendments of some common mistakes you made, it is the greatest of all chances for you to make many things happen, it’s also another opportunity for you to get that job you’ve been seeking for the past years. This new year should be the year for you to get access to your delayed blessings only if you are really prepared both spiritually and physically.
As a job applicant, there are things necessarily expected of you if you truly need the job, especially things of positivity, in such a way that it will keep you qualified in the job you are applying for. What matters most is how you make your resumes work out for you in the right way. This year should be the year you gonna make it happen. Just continue reading to see the reasons you didn’t get the job last year.
Before we continue, Let me quickly Tell You Five Reasons You Didn’t Get The Job, And Your Resume Was Tossed
* Your E-mail Address Is Too improper and Inefficient
Most times we make silly mistakes when it comes to things that we were supposed to take seriously. this is a job application we’re talking about and you are asked to fill in a job application form, especially a platform where your appointment letter will be sent to you. What you were supposed to do was to create a new e-mail account and never input you fun account that might be bearing a sort of this name: (email@example.com). It’s simply a sign of failure that you are giving a signal to the employer of the job. You are already telling them your negative character via your e-mail address. What is expected of you is to create a new e-mail account the beares you first and last name @gmail.com just like mine here(firstname.lastname@example.org). Try not to make the same mistakes you made last year repeats itself again, the reason is that if you still make same mistakes, you keep losing the job.
* Beware of Grammatical and Typographical Errors
It may really seem too obvious, Your grammatical errors and typographical errors are really something you need to work on before applying for any job at all, these errors are the immediate red flag to the dismissal of your application. These overlooked errors are the piece of criteria that employers use to narrow the applicant pool. When you are asked to write, make sure you spell check your documents before submitting. If it’s a defence interview, you have to be careful with the incorrect English you speak, so as for you not to disqualify yourself, even when you have the charisma for the job. Work on your English, read lots of books on correct English. When you keep practising it before your next application, then you will be entirely prepared and approved for the Job. Give it a trial!!!.
* Your Gaps In Unemployment
Every office would want an experienced applicant, You can’t always help the fact that you left yourself unemployed for some period of time, no matter how little what the job is all about, what matters most, is that you were employed until you got the latest job you about to apply for. When you have the experience in a lower company before you applied for the same job in a higher company that will pay you higher, though you might just be a secondary school graduate, because of your experience with the formal job, you might be approved of the job. Try not to be unemployed for any period of time no matter how petty the job may be. It’s a very advisable advice for you.
* Your Resume Is Too long
I guess you are surprised to hear this one, you have not heard that before. When you think along with me this way, if a highly groped well-known company have more than two-hundred resumes to sift through, They only want every applicant to use not less than two pages of a sheet, and luckily for you, you used just half of the sheet, with adequate responsive points which their demand might be, you are automatically granted you apply. But when your resumes are more than two sheets of paper, they will really not have the time to go through it because there are other resumes to go through.
* You Listed Your Other Jobs Description Not Your Job Accomplishment and Responsibilities
No company is interested in your past positions in your previous jobs, Whether you are the director or the general manager of the other companies none of their businesses, what matter and interests them is your experience, the accomplishments you helped the past company before you came applying in their company, they are interested in your past achievements, which is still ongoing at the moment in the company, they want to know the idea you’ve got in your head, which might help them in the promotion of their own company too. No company needs a liability, they need encouragers and idea producers.
When you are asked to write down your past experiences in your resumes, you are expected to follow the above hints, instead of asking them to be there for you, they want you to be there for them, so you have to get ready and stop listing your job description, instead start Listing and showing now forth your accomplishments, that is what is required of you from any company at all, no matter how wild or small the company seems to be. Wake up and start using your brain to make money!!!