Researching the company is a given; go a step farther and find a way you can contribute to a critical area. If you have a specific technical skill, show how it can be used as a company advantage. But don’t say, for example, “I would love to be in charge of managing your social media marketing.” One, that’s fairly presumptuous, and two, someone else might be already in charge. Instead, share details regarding your skills and say you would love to work with that team. If there is no team, great — you may be put in charge. If there is a team you haven’t stepped on any toes or come across as pushy. Just think about what makes you special and show the benefits to the company. The interviewer will be smart enough to recognize how the project you bring can be used.
There are many things that recruiters, HRs, and hiring managers require a candidate to consider while writing a resume. However, there are some other things that professionals might recommend that can be ignored when it comes to writing a resume. Usually, much of what a job seeker should write in the resume depends on the