The Guide to a Top-Notch Resume for Marketing Students [Infographic]

With the average recruiter only spending 6.25 seconds looking at a resume before deciding if the candidate is a fit for the job, you need ensure that yours becomes part of the elite few that merit a much more thorough look.

As a current marketing student or future graduate, the reality of the ever-competitive job market is on the horizon. Do you know if your resume will be one of those that stand out to recruiters and hiring managers?

Under the careful guidance of resume building expert, Jeri Dutcher of Work Write Resumes, we are going to do just that. We put together a marketing student resume guide that will help you begin your professional career with a great first impression. 

Marketing Student Resume Infographic

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Grant Tilus is an Associate Inbound Marketing Manager for Collegis Education who writes articles on behalf of Rasmussen College with the aim to inspire, motivate and inform current and prospective students in a positive way.

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