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Your resume is your personal sales pitch, so heed these recommendations from our recruiting team to improve your chances of getting that interview.
1. Your High School & College Education
If you have a college degree, ditch the high school education. That’s assumed and just takes up space.
2. No Pictures Necessary
Just don’t do it — pictures don’t belong on your resume!
3. Irrelevant Certifications
Review your resume and remove any irrelevant information or certifications. People often feel the need to fill space rather than focusing on what’s important to include. If you are questioning whether to list it, leave it off!
4. Grammatical Errors
Proofread your resume. Check for misspelled words and capitalization, and make sure it makes sense!
5. Name Your File
Sending in a resume named “sample” is never appealing. Take the time to rename your resume and check to make sure the format used is compatible with the system you are uploading it to. PDF is always the best!
ACRT Services offers independent consulting solutions to utilities and associated organizations throughout the U.S., including vegetation management consulting, arborist training, customized safety courses, technology solutions, utility metering services, and more to empower the best people in the industry.