Your Sales Executive Resume - The Most Important Thing...

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...to consider, when writing your sales executive resume, has to do with creating that proverbial good first impression. The problem: you've only got 7 seconds to do it. That's how long the average hiring official looks at the average resume before deciding whether to can it, or read on. Start by choosing the right resume format, then composing a killer resume objective. Finally, consider our Top 10 Checklist for surviving the screening process. Want a sales executive resume that will open doors? Let's explore.  

Sales Executive Resume - Resumes Are For Screening People Out

Nobody Wants to Read Your Resume

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David Alan Carter / All Rights Reserved

Painful fact: the hiring official at Acme Wingnuts--or any company, for that matter--would rather not read your sales executive resume. Don't take it personally. He'd rather not read anybody's resume. Labored, unexciting text, pat phraseology, fluff and puff exaggerations. It's torture. So, expect him to do everything in his power to get rid of your resume as fast as humanly possible. His immediate goal is to eliminate you from further consideration in the placement process. The more sales executive applicants he eliminates and the faster he does it, the sooner he can get back to...

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Sales Executive Resume - The Objective Is Not About You

by David Alan Carter

Here's what not to say in your sales executive resume objective: "Seeking a challenging position with advancement opportunities." If this happens to be your current sales resume objective, save the prospective employer the trouble and circular file...

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Sales Executive Resume -Chronological or Functional Format?

by David Alan Carter

Organizing your information on a resume breaks down generally into one of two formats: chronological or functional. Each format carries baggage...

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