- Having relevant work experience that’s current and demonstrates that you create results.
- Having the right knowledge and skills to perform the work without requiring a lot of ramp up time.
- Having experience working within the industry, with a particular kind of product or client, similar departments. Something that tells the employer that you’ll “get it” when you get on the job.
In a perfect world, your resume will demonstrate to potential employers that you are the one they are looking for. You’ve got what it takes to get the job done effectively, efficiently, and enthusiastically.
In reality…you may discover that there’s a bit of a gap between whom you’ve been and who you want to become in this next role that you are targeting.
So the question is: How do you close this gap?
How do you connect the dots between the experience, knowledge and skills you do have and the experience, knowledge, and skills they say they are looking for?
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