When it comes to the right behavior in the interview, there are always points for which you can not always prepare one hundred percent. Still, there are some things you can definitely influence if you know what top recruiters are asking of you or what you pay special attention to on your resume. But how should you know? Quite simple: by reading our Experteer magazine. We had the audacity to interview a couple of headhunters and asked them for exclusive insights. Today we present you the answers of Jorg Stegemann. Among other things, he tells you what makes a good recruiter from his point of view. So be sure to read on.
What do you pay particular attention to in a candidate's resume?
A resume is like the menu in a restaurant: I want to understand and like what I read. At the same time, it's a candidate's first presentation and shows whether or not he can get priorities right. Two pages is therefore maximum and no more than 5 bullet points for jobs dating back more than 10 years. Spelling mistakes are inexcusable, of course: If someone can't write his own resume correctly, what about the quality of his work??