Whether you work in IT or any competitive field, a resume that doesn't quickly illustrate who you are, what you do and why an employer needs you will be summarily dismissed.
His old resume wasn't cutting it and Montgomery had some clues as to why. "My original resume was very technically oriented. It was good at ticking off success from a technical perspective, but it didn't come across with any leadership aspect to it, and it was a tired and old format," says Montgomery.
He was getting plenty of interviews with his original resume and he's good at turning those interviews around, but the positions that he was being offered were more on the technical side.
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