It means that they’ll be a time-pressed Millennial who probably isn’t used to reading books, but has spent the last 10 years of their life skimming through web content at warp speed.
It’s also likely that the first time they’ll see your resume will be on their mobile device, while they’re driving to/from work, waiting for a client, etc.
If your resume looks dated, clunky or simply like “hard work”, this recruiter will struggle to give it their attention (even if the content is great).
Design For The Web.
It’s important to realise that your resume will probably never make it to paper. It will be consumed on digital devices amidst a sea of other digital content that the recruiter is trying to juggle that day.
This means your resume needs to conform to contemporary Web design rules. It has to flow.
Much like a well-optimised web page, it has to clearly communicate the priority of detail through design.
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data-text_lang_required="This field is required."
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