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            新簡歷 新氣象 5招更新簡歷

            Source: usnews    2015-03-02  我要投稿   論壇   Favorite  

            If you’re still following job-search advice from a decade or more ago, chances are good that you’re inadvertently sabotaging your own chances of getting hired. And if you think you’re too young to fall into that trap, think again: It’s not just workers with decades of experience who fall for this – even 20 somethings fall victim, because they’re relying on outdated job-advice guides, parents who don’t realize that hiring conventions have changed, or even college career centers that haven’t updated their knowledge for the way things work today.

            Here are five ways to modernize your job search to compete in 2014.

            新簡歷 新氣象 5招更新簡歷

            1. Remove the objective from your résumé. Yes, you may have learned years ago that every résumé should start with an objective, but that advice has long been outdated. Objectives now make your résumé look out-of-touch with modern conventions. What’s more, objectives are about what you want, rather than about what the employer wants – and at the initial stage of the hiring process, employers are much more concerned with what skills and experience you can offer than with your hopes and dreams. Plus, most objectives sound stilted and generic anyway. It’s been a long time since one did a job candidate any favors.
            1. 簡歷中不要寫求職目標。是的,可能一直以來你了解的是簡歷應該開頭寫上求職目標。但這一建議早已過時。求職目標如今讓你的簡歷看起來與現代規則脫節。另外,求職目標是你想要的,而不是雇主想要的。在雇傭的開始階段,雇主更關心你的技能和經歷,而不是你的希冀和夢想。還有一點,大部分求職目標聽起來生硬、普通。它早就不能給求職者提供幫助了。

            After you remove the objective, replace it with a profile section – a few sentences or bullet points that highlight who you are as a candidate and what sets you apart. Done well, these can serve as overall framing for your candidacy, explaining to employers the key facts you want them to know about you. In fact, profile sections have gained so much popularity that résumés without them are starting to look a little bare.

            2. Don’t list jobs from two decades ago. Jobs you held that long ago are unlikely to strengthen your candidacy today, and they can date you and your experience. If you’ve had an impressive career over the last 15 years, why waste space talking about more junior roles you held well before that? Remember: A résumé is a marketing document, not a comprehensive listing of everything you’ve ever done.
            2. 不要羅列20年前的工作。很久之前的工作不太可能讓你如今更有優勢。而且他們可能讓你和你的經歷看起來過時。如果15年間你的有過出色的工作經歷,那為什么要提在這之前職位較低的工作呢?記。阂环莺啔v就是推銷文件,不是你做過的所有事情的全面羅列。

            3. Remove “references available upon request.” Employers take it for granted that you’ll provide references when they ask for them, so there’s no need to announce it up front. This is a convention left over from another time. No employer is going to reject you for including it, but it takes up space better used for something else and, like an objective, it makes your résumé feel dated.
            3. 去掉“如果需要可提供參考”。雇主認為他們需要的時候你自然會提供的,所以沒有必要預先聲明。這是之前留下來的習慣。雇主不會拒絕你加上這一句,但是如果它占據了原本可以寫些更好的東西的位置,比如目標,這會讓你的簡歷看起來很過時。

            4. Kill the sales-iness in your approach. Job-search advice used to center around tactics that today come across as uncomfortably aggressive to most employers. For instance:
            4. 避免推銷手法。求職建議過去圍繞的策略現在對于大部分雇主來說令人不快。比如說:

            Including a line in your cover letter that you’ll call in a week to schedule an interview. (You’re not the one who decides whether to schedule an interview; once you’ve expressed interest by applying, the ball is in the employer’s court.)

            Sending cookies or chocolate to the hiring manager, or other gimmicks designed to get your résumé noticed. (You’ll come across as if you don’t understand professional boundaries, and as if you don’t think your qualifications stand on their own merit. Plus, fewer people these days accept food from strangers, so it’s likely your food gift will end up in the trash.)

            Overnighting your résumé to the hiring manager to make it stand out. Pick up any job-search guide from a decade ago, and you’ll find this advice still in it. But these days, you’re more likely to look like someone who doesn’t follow directions – and worse, your materials might not be considered at all, because you didn’t enter them into the company’s electronic application system.

            5. Don’t “pound the pavement.” You might hear from your parents or people who haven’t job searched in a long time that you should show up at the companies you want to work for and drop off your résumé in person. But with the exception of a small handful of employers who specifically request this, this is no longer done and will come across as naive and annoying to most employers. Instead, most job searches these days are done online primarily – looking at online listings, emailing résumés and cover letters, filling out electronic applications and networking on sites like LinkedIn. Of course, you should still connect with your network in person, but the concept of “pounding the pavement” looking for a job has mostly died off.
            5. 不要“上街找工作”。你可能聽你的父母或者是很久都沒有找過工作的人這么說過。你應該到你想要去工作的公司里親自遞交簡歷。但是除了一小撮特別要求這么做的雇主之外,很少有人這樣做,而且會讓人覺得幼稚、煩人。相反的,現在大部分都是首先網上求職——瀏覽網頁列表,發送簡歷和求職信,填寫電子申請表,在像LinkedIn(領英)這樣的網站上做好社交。當然,你還需要當面聯系你的人際網絡,但是“上街找工作”這種概念幾乎已經消失了。

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