Re: Failure to be successful...(my career vent)
My wife works in human resources, and she used to get hundreds of resumes every day.
According to her, carpet-bombing your resume is a good idea, but don't send out a hundred copies of the same resume. You really need to tailor it to every position you're applying for and every employer you send it do. Take 15-20 minutes and revise your resume to fit the job opening. And include cover letters that are specific to each job opening. Yes, you'll have hundreds of versions of your resume, but you'll also dramatically increase your chances of that resume being read.
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