By Jeg Sith, MBA ’20 | Break Into PM | July 30, 2020
That’s how long the average recruiter or hiring manager will spend on your resume.
That’s what stands between you and your shot at getting that PM role. That first impression can make or break your process.
Having a well-crafted resume can open a ton of doors and help you get interviews almost anywhere. I’ve been interviewed by almost every company I reached out or applied to in the last two years. I put that down to being very intentional around the crafting of my resume. Yes, it’s time consuming. It’s difficult. But the gains are considerable.
So here are 5 tips to nail your PM resume:
- A concise & compelling narrative
- Cover the basics
- Focus on impact & results
- Balance your PM skills
Let’s dive into each one.