How to fix an issue with your resume
An issue with the application form that causes your resume to say that your employer’s business was in “emergency management” is not something that happens all the time, according to a new survey.
It is, in fact, not uncommon, according a survey released Monday by the American Mechanical Engineering Association (AMEA).
The survey, conducted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, found that just 7 percent of people surveyed were aware of a specific issue that caused them to miss out on an opportunity to apply to work at a particular employer.
While there are no hard numbers on the issue, one in five respondents said that it was a factor in their decision to drop out.
The survey, which was conducted by Edison Research, surveyed a representative sample of nearly 5,000 people who work in various industries.
The issue that was cited most often was a duplicate email address.
Only 7 percent reported that their employer was in such a situation.
That’s down from 10 percent who said the same thing in February.
However, the survey did not provide any specific solutions for the issue.
The problem is not exclusive to the workplace.
About a quarter of the respondents said they had an issue at home.
The problem was also seen in areas of the world where there are not a lot of companies that offer emergency management and human resources.
The survey also found that a large portion of people are willing to go to great lengths to get their resume.
Of those who responded, 77 percent said they would work with a resume consultant or other company that specializes in creating and editing resumes.
About one-quarter of those surveyed said they wouldn’t pay to get a resume created.
Those surveyed also reported that they would use a professional resume editing service such as Monster.
The most common complaints that people shared were that their resume should be more professional and be more representative of their position.
About three-quarters of respondents said their resume needs to be more detailed and informative.
Only about one in six said they did not like their resume’s cover letter.
The American Mechanical Engineer Association’s annual survey was conducted online and is part of the Association’s commitment to improve the hiring process and foster career advancement.