Employers spend only about 2 seconds looking at most resumes — and grant only one interview for every 245 they receive. How can you write a knock-their-socks-off green resume that gets the job won? Read on.
You’ve got your mind made up: you’re going to follow your passion and look for one of the green-collar jobs everyone’s talking about. Unfortunately, that means you’ve got another job to do first: write a green resume. Resumes are the lifeblood of the job search process, giving future employees an instant glance at who you are, what you’ve done, and what you can do for them — all in a page or two. Make sure your resume makes an immediate, job-snagging impression. Follow the typical guidelines for good resume writing. Take a look at some samples, to make sure you’re on the right track.
Then green your resume using these tips: