Resume Advice

Do you know that you only have 10 to 15 seconds to impress an employer with a resume?

That is all it takes for an employer to decide whether they are interested in you or not, which is why you need to make sure and "wow" your employer quickly.

There are some things you should do get your resume ready.

Christine Adams, with Texas Workforce Solutions, says your resume should be simple, but send an effective message. You should also proofread your resume for typing mistakes.

Adams says no matter if you're applying for a stocker job, or you have a masters degree, now, everyone should have a resume.