As you are probably aware of, engineering résumés need to highlight a full range of technical skills. They do not need to be dry and chronological, listing only positions held and duties performed.
In the beginning of your résumé, it is important to have a strong, attention grabbing summary that sets you apart from the crowd. Any transferable skills such as project management should also be included. And of course your qualifications need to be backed up with quantifiable results.
Whether you are in civil, project, software, mechanical, computer or electrical engineering, just to name a few, your document needs to contain many engineering buzzwords, because many engineering recruiters are using software to sort through the tons of applicants. Even if you are qualified, your résumé won’t make it to the recruiter’s desk if you are lacking the correct keywords to make it through an electronic sorting.
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