You'll want to test your resume before the Townsquare Media Job Fair on February 2.

When it comes to looking for a new job, your resume is everything. It's your ticket into the door. Many people won't even consider interviewing you, unless you have a good resume. So maybe you don't have all of the qualifications they want, well a well-executed resume can sometimes be a lifesaver.

But how do you know what to focus on and what not to focus on?

Don't worry, we've got your back. Be sure to test your resume out before coming to our Job Fair on Tuesday, Feruary 2. We'll be at the Pierre Bossier Mall from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. with dozens of employers on hand who want to hire you. It's non-industry specific so you'll be able to find a job that you're truly passionate about. Thanks to for making it all possible.

Here are the top 5 things to absolutely focus on when crafting your resume:

1. List all your job titles at the same company. In many business settings, you wear more than one hat. This makes you valuable. Include all of your hats.

2. Use industry terms. To prove you can walk the walk, you better be able to talk the talk. These are more buzzworthy than the occasional "team player" and "goal oriented" terms.

3. Include details about your achievements. Not all honors are self-explanatory. Make sure your prospective employer knows how stellar you are.

4. Typos. These can kill your resume in an instant. If you're not careful to avoid typos, how can your future employer expect you to be careful with their business?

5. Grammar. Seriously, we learned grammar in elementary school. This should be second nature by now.

When in doubt, have someone else read over your resume. Fresh eyes will give you some great insight.

So what things aren't as important on a resume and can actually clutter it up?

1. Keep it under two pages. It used to be bad to have your resume exceed two pages. However, if you have a compelling resume with plenty of valuable experience, feel free to break this rule.

2. Volunteer experience. Unless it is directly related to the business you are trying to break into, your volunteer experience can get in the way of the real meat and potatoes of your resume. That's something you can bring up in an interview if you choose.

3. Soft skills. There are certain skills that are a hard win; like typing skills for a writing field, math skills for an accounting field or even graphic design skills for a marketing field. However, stating you're "creative" or a good "communicator" are pretty broad. Get specific or don't put it on their at all.

4. Personal interests. Much like the volunteer experience, unless it's directly related to the career you're going for, it's just clutter. Even then, if your interest is marketing and you're applying for a marketing career, well then things just become redundant.

5. Layout. Everyone has their own theory on what to list first, whether it's education or experience. It would seem the further away from your graduation date you get, then the more experience you should have so adjust this accordingly.

Job hunting can be stressful, but if you prepare yourself by studying up on what your employer wants and remember to try to have fun, you have a better chance of getting that dream job.

Now that you've got the perfect resume, we'll see you at the Townsquare Media Job Fair on Tuesday, February 2 at Pierre Bossier Mall from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.

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