#53 (Buzzwords On Your Resume)

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Ah, skills.

Also called β€œbuzzwords,” or a core competency section (or areas of expertise).

As a former recruiter, I understood how important skills were on a resume.

I would look at my hiring manager’s open requisition and identify what “buzzwords” I could use on searches to help identify the right candidates in hopes one of them would fit into the opening.

It also helps to use terms that resonate with the hiring managers. Things that live in breath in their space or department. It helps show your alignment with the use of as few letters and resume white space as possible.

Where to find them?

I would add “buzzwords” you can find from the job descriptions, LinkedIn endorsements section, LinkedIn.com -> LinkedIn Jobs -> Resume Builder -> Create From Profile -> Job Title,Β  ChatGPT: “Find 15 keywords an ATS requires for (TITLE) in the (INDUSTRY) indusry”, www.onetonline.org, and https://linkedin.github.io/career-explorer to filter into your resume to comply with the ATS.

You want to work on incorporating keywords and strategies for the digital application process. Not only do these applicant tracking systems (ATS) organize and sort applications, they can also be programmed to screen candidates based on what content you include in your resume.

At this point, recruiters can search submissions using keywords and phrases to identify candidates to advance through the hiring process.

It’s mandatory on your resume. You need to add this core competency section.

Continue to add to these as you acquire more experience that brings along new methodologies, leadership strategies or styles, and additional technical aptitude.

And fill the resume up with hard skills! Leave the soft skills as adjectives in the summary section. That is the only place soft skills should be mentioned.

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π—‘π—˜π—ͺ π—§π—œπ—ž π—§π—’π—ž: π—•π˜‚π˜‡π˜‡π˜„π—Όπ—Ώπ—±π˜€ 𝗒𝗻 π—¬π—Όπ˜‚π—Ώ π—₯π—²π˜€π˜‚π—Ίπ—² Ah, skills. Also called β€œbuzzwords,” or a core competency section (or areas of expertise). As a former recruiter, I understood how important skills were on a resume. I would look at my hiring manager’s open requisition and identify what “buzzwords” I could use on searches to help identify the right candidates in hopes one of them would fit into the opening. It also helps to use terms that resonate with the hiring managers. Things that live in breath in their space or department. It helps show your alignment with the use of as few letters and resume white space as possible. Where to find them? I would add “buzzwords” you can find from the job descriptions, LinkedIn endorsements section, LinkedIn.com -> LinkedIn Jobs -> Resume Builder -> Create From Profile -> Job Title,Β  ChatGPT: “Find 15 keywords an ATS requires for (TITLE) in the (INDUSTRY) indusry”, www.onetonline.org, and https://linkedin.github.io/career-explorer to filter into your resume to comply with the ATS. You want to work on incorporating keywords and strategies for the digital application process. Not only do these applicant tracking systems (ATS) organize and sort applications, they can also be programmed to screen candidates based on what content you include in your resume. At this point, recruiters can search submissions using keywords and phrases to identify candidates to advance through the hiring process. It’s mandatory on your resume. You need to add this core competency section. Continue to add to these as you acquire more experience that brings along new methodologies, leadership strategies or styles, and additional technical aptitude. And fill the resume up with hard skills! Leave the soft skills as adjectives in the summary section. That is the only place soft skills should be mentioned. Buzzwords Skills CoreCompetenices HardSkills SoftSkills ResumeWriting ResumeWriter ResumeTips Jobstickers

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Here are some resources:

https://mjwcareers.com/the-difference-between-soft-skills-and-hard-skills-on-your-resume

https://mjwcareers.com/everyday-transferable-skills-you-can-use-for-your-resume/

https://opportunity.linkedin.com/skills-for-in-demand-jobs

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