Cruise ship job recruiters must make snap judgements when reviewing at your cruise ship job resume. So how do you make your resume stand apart from the other thousands of resumes and applicants applying for the same cruise ship job? Before sending out your resume, make sure that it doesn’t make one of these common mistakes.
Mistake 1: No Focus
Not having a clear idea of which position you want, or saying you’ll to anything, is a red flag for not being focused about a particular cruise ship job. Know the job you are applying for and clearly state it at the top of your resume in your Objective. This will be the starting point of the resume with the body of your resume clearly matching your skills and experiences to the job requirements.
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