New York, May 2016 – Kelly Mattice, Vice President of Tandym Group’s Health Services division, was featured in a recent article on CNBC.com discussing how you can edit your resume to get noticed by prospective employers.
In the article, 6 resume fixes you should make right now, author Marguerite Ward seeks expert advice on tips to clean up a resume. Kelly makes a couple of key suggestions, including addressing gaps in your employment history and removing the objective section from your resume. “A general objective may make you lose points for not tailoring your resume to the position you are applying for,” says Kelly. “On the other hand, an objective that is too specific to the role may also eliminate you from the running.”
You can read the entire article, here.