If you think you have a good resume that’s worthy of being sent out to hundreds of possible employers, avoid the cookie-cutter approach by sending out the same one to each company. Tailor your resume for each specific job. Optimize your resume The company in need of workers will usually list the qualifications they’re looking for in a person. But they’ll also say what kind of person they’re looking for as well. Repeat the same words they use in your own resume.
Here’s an example to show what I mean. If you’re applying for an advertising job use words like innovative and creative. If you’re going after a sales job state that you have good communication skills. If you’re going for a repair job, state you know how to diagnose, troubleshoot and resolve problems.