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What turns employers off from your resume? GUNTER, TX -- Over Used Phrases: One of the biggest red flags for an employer is seeing the same phrases or descriptions over and over again. Avoid over used terms like "self-starter," creative" or "problem solver." Rather than using cliche phrases, describe your experiences and share your accomplishments.

Grammatical Mistakes: Have someone else look over your resume or look for a good resume service to help with the writing so you can avoid these costly mistakes. If your resume is riddled with grammatical or spelling errors, you are telling the hiring agent you do not care about your work either. Poorly Written Content: Your writing skills will demonstrate you can communicate effectively. It can also speak of your level of professionalism and education and show how much you care. Take time to write your cover letter and resume bio in an educated and professional manner.

Not Demonstrating Professionalism: Limit your information to areas related to your qualifications and skills. If the hiring manager is reading information about your private life, they're likely to ignore your resume or application altogether. Huge Gaps of Time Between Jobs: Fill in open areas of unemployment with explanations. A potential employer who sees a huge gap in your employment history will likely have lots of questions. They might think you left the hole deliberately and will wonder just what you are hiding.

Jones College Letter To Employers

Dear Employer:

Jones College is committed to providing a quality education to its students. The core curriculum for our varied programs of study must be constantly reviewed for up-to-date content if we are to help employers meet the business challenges they face.

We are asking you, as the employer of a Jones College graduate, to participate in this vital review process by completing the enclosed employer satisfaction survey. Please be assured that we recognize the employers' concern over employee confidentiality issues and let us reassure you that the information provided will be solely used as mentioned above.

Jones College is nationally accredited through the Accreditation Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). This accrediting institution receives its accreditation granting authority from the U.S. Department of Education. The employer satisfaction survey we are asking you to complete is part of our college's requirement to maintain its accreditation through ACICS.

We appreciate your cooperation with this survey and would also like you to know that you are welcome to list your future employment position openings with Jones College. Our career development service is here to serve our graduates and our community's employers at no cost.

Sincerely,
Director, Career Development

Give us your feedback by completing the employer satisfaction survey form.

 

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