3 Resume Facts You Probably Didn’t Know
Sources confirm that the first professional resume was invented in 1482 by the famous Renaissance man, the creator of the Mona Lisa, Leonardo da Vinci. Centuries later, the professional resume is still used globally as a structure for showcasing education, employment history, accomplishments, and skill sets.
In the digital age of hiring, employers, HR managers, and recruiters often see your resume before anything else. As the professional resume is one of the most common tools used when evaluating an applicant for a job opening, job seekers must edit and keep their professional resume up to date. While it’s also widely known to tailor your cover letter and resume to align with the position you are pursuing, in the video below are three not-so-common resume facts, you may not already know.
At Burnett’s Staffing, we successfully match employees with employers throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area and it all starts by submitting a professional resume. And after 50 years, we continue to evolve with the resume. We also offer video resumes, a soft-skill preview to a job seeker’s professional resume, to put them a step ahead of the competition during the hiring process. Contact us today to learn more about our services!
About the author: Makenzie Bonham serves as the Marketing Director for Burnett’s Staffing, a Dallas – Fort Worth based staffing agency established in 1966. She is the third generation of her family to serve in the staffing and recruiting industry. For more information about Makenzie and Burnett’s staff click here!