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Many people would love to get a better job. And most of these same people have the proper training and skills to achieve this goal.
Unfortunately, so many job hunters have very poor communication skills. They are unable to clearly tell potential employers about their job qualifications. In short, they do not have good job seeking skills. In many cases, this prevents them from getting a high paying job that they could easily do. Often, the job will go to someone who is less skilled but who has written a eye catching resume.
Often, job seekers have a few mistaken opinions about potential employers. They believe that employers are able to easily separate the qualified job applicants from the less qualified applicants. But this is likely not true. Sometimes there are from 30 to 300 resumes for the same job. So the interviewer first does a fast screening of all the resumes to eliminate as many as possible. The "good" resumes usually make it through the screening process. Many times the best job candidate is screened out due to a poor resume.
In today's business world there is often many qualified applicants applying for the same job. What if, out of all of those who apply, one job seeker turns in a skilful resume? Who do you think stands the best chance of getting the job? It's the one with the "best" resume, of course. This is so often true even through some of the other applicants may be better qualified for the job.
In order to get a good job you must communicate to the employer that you are ready, willing, and able to do the job. So if you are capable of producing a top notch job resume, you definitely increase your chances of getting a better job.
Virtually every potential employer will want to see a resume from you. The resume will determine who gets a job interview. Your resume is a mini statement about yourself. After reading your resume the employer should have a better "feel" for you as a person and as a potential employer.