5 Ways Your Resume Bullet Points Get You Hired

Putting Interests Like "Alligator Wrestling" Helps You Stand Out & Land Job Interviews

1. Include Lots of Interests

In a recovering economy, the competition for jobs can be fierce. In many cases, HR is choosing from several qualified candidates that all have similar skills and experience. Considering that employees will often spend more time per week with their co-workers than with their family, it makes sense to pay close attention to the intangibles when building out a team. 

All things being equal, wouldn't you want to hang out with the person that also loves to cook, can talk about sports at lunch, or volunteers in the community?