When is the last time you updated your resume? Do you have one resume that you have been submitting for any job application? If so, this is probably why you are not getting any calls regarding the submission of your resume.
The general resume is irrelevant and non-specific and lacks the different job requirements for each job application.
It is good to have a general resume on file to list all of your accomplishments from all of your jobs. But this is more so a draft or a personal warehouse where you store all of your goodies for access when YOU need it.
Let's think dating. If there were someone you were interested in, would you display and vocalize ALL of your goodies (qualities and physical attributes)? Why do this when you are not even sure if this person is genuinely attracted to you? This may work for some people, but a large majority of people would simply exit stage left. So try to leave some curiosity.
This same concept applies to resume writing. Listing all of your accomplishments makes your resume too long to read and places it right into the "no" pile. Plus, let's be honest, are all of your accomplishments as an accountant necessarily relevant for the program management position that you are applying for? No, they are not. Give the hiring manager an eye-break when it comes to reading your resume. They've got hundreds of other resumes to go through so keep it short and simple. Try to only list those skills that you have which are specific to the job announcement that you are applying for.
Each employer and job announcement have different requirements, so your job is to find the connection between their job requirements or duties and your current or past work. Without creatively connecting your experience with what the employer wants, you're simply ineligible for the job. Think outside of the box and provide ONE small example. Be prepared to elaborate on this example and present other examples once you get your job interview!
Saying goodbye to your general resume may be difficult. You've got so much to offer; I get it. But if you want the job, try to eliminate the irrelevant duties and focus on the duties of that job announcement.
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