When wanting to get your resume noticed, it is imperative that you put the right stuff in it to make it stand out against the rest. You are not submitting your resume so that it can be put in the pile with all the rest – you want it on the desk of the person making the hiring decisions. In order to accomplish this feat, here are a few things that you should do.
Job seekers put in hard work in writing a resume and then tweaking it painstakingly to make a strong case for their selection for a job. Many a times, they finish it with a flourish by adding a final line at the bottom in italics saying â€œReferences available on requestâ€ – and then promptly forget the next necessary step to take in this regard.
It is with some very easy strokes of a pen or with a few keyboard keys, that we assure potential employers that â€œReferences are available on requestâ€. However, before assuming a complacent stance that your impeccable credentials would be approved as per your desire by the references cited by you, make sure you do a little homework to create this reference bank.