Job Seekers Resume Keyword Optimization
With business reacting and changing up their products and services to meet the current economic conditions, you should consider the same and refresh your resume. Optimize your resume with the keywords that meet the needs and objectives of those hiring. Employers resort to keyword searches within the mass of resumes they receive. When applying, take the time to review what they’re using as the keywords pertaining to the position. If the job is for a “Process Engineer”in a Chemical Manufacturing Plant, then leverage it in the header of your experience, or education and repeat it within the body of content that follows for keyword density. Don’t get cute and stuff it with keyword after keyword or without a natural flow in context.
Objective statements always includes the keywords:
Objective: Employment as a Process Engineer with a dynamic Chemical Manufacturing Company …
Professional Manufacturing Process Engineer Experience:
As a Process Engineer for Company XXX, a Manufacturer of Industrial Chemicals and … my duties and responsibilities…
Process Engineer Education:
My Process Engineer education is supported by my BSME from Arizona State University. I have taken electives in Manufacturing Process Variation Management…
My Engineering Strengths:
Large capacity chemical processing and distribution to multiple manufacturing outlets…
I would suggest posting this on any blogs you have and learning basic html and Search Engine Marketing Optimization for the page title, meta data and headers to make sure your resume is ranking for those keywords you are targeting.
For more information on just what and how the professional recruitment services optimize their job posts to gain the top keyword positions in Google, Yahoo and Bing, view the SEOBM Recruitment Solutions page below for more ideas on how to get your resume on the Top of the Stack.
The above content is a re-broadcast of one of our Facebook notes: Job Seekers Resume Keyword Optimization by Edward Mugits
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