We all know that technology has its own language, and technology executives are fluent in the jargon. However, fluency in techno-speak does not always translate to fluency in the language of resumes. While your resume needs keywords and some of that industry jargon to satisfy the electronic and techno-savvy reviewers, the HR recruiters who are often the first screeners need more than that. They need to see accomplishments, challenges/actions/results, and that you can relate to non-technology associates, too.
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