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Create a resume that is well-organized. Your resume should have the info a hiring manager needs to know, and should present it in a logical manner. A logical resume leaves the impression of a logical mind. Also, a clean, attractive layout that's easy to scan will help. Avoid doing anything unusual or dramatic with your resume (unless you happen to be in a career that emphasizes such things, like the arts).
Make sure it is error-free. Your resume should be an example of your best, most careful work. Even a minor typo, inconsistent spacing, or any other flaw tells the hiring manager you're not that attentive to detail. And that's not a great message to send. Be sure you get at least one other person to proofread your resume before you mail or e-mail it.
Tailor it to the job you're seeking. You don't have to create a totally different resume every time you apply for a new job, but you do want to take your master resume and edit it slightly for every job. Tailor your summary of qualifications to use the same terminology, in the same order the employer used it in the job posting. You want to give the impression that you are perfect for the job!
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