What is a good resume headline?
Keep It Concise: A resume headline should be one brief phrase; it should not even be a complete sentence. The goal is to concisely state your value as a candidate. Anything longer than a phrase defeats the purpose of a headline.
How do you write an interesting headline?
Headline Writing: 19 Ways to Write Irresistible HeadlinesWrite more headlines. A/B test your headlines. Use numbers, and make them big. Use digits instead of words. Place the number at the start of the headline. Make an overly ambitious promise and over deliver on it. Teach people something useful. We prefer secrets, ideas, reasons, and facts.
What should my professional title be?
A job title can describe the responsibilities of the position, the level of the job, or both. For example, job titles that include the terms “executive,” “manager,” “director,” “chief,” “supervisor,” etc.
What do I put for desired job title?
The desired job title section of your resume identifies the specific position you are seeking, while the job titles listed in your experience section show how your prior experience is relevant to the position for which you are applying.