Recuiter Wants Skill Sections On My Resume. What is The Best way to do This?
My resume has helped me land several interviews. Now I have run into a recruiter that doesn't know my skill set. I felt like he didn't even look at my resume. The recruiter said they wanted me to add a skills section to my resume, before we can discuss open positions.
Have you guys used a skills sections in the past? Do hiring mangers prefer skill sets on a resume? What's the best way to add a skill set to your resume?
I found some examples that a previous recruiter sent me from another firm. Are any of these any good?
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