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Hiring managers have the unappealing job of sorting through hundreds of applications to find the right candidates. Everyone has heard the saying your resume needs to stick out in the 5 to 10 seconds a hiring manager will look at it. The best way to get the hiring manager to take a second look is to have a resume full of skills that make you an all-star fit for their company.
You probably already have some desirable skills companies are looking for, but there are a few areas in which you can bolster your skills to build a resume that will increase the response rate for your applications.
The job market is a continually evolving landscape where buzzwords fall in and out of favor and skills become obsolete. The changes can be dizzying, so it's best to focus on areas that interest you and will be in vogue for a long while.
I get huge satisfaction from seeing the relief, pride, and even joy that people experience when they complete a course and reflect on the progress they have made. See what others say for some inspiring stories.