Shared October 23, 2018
Whether you are an accountant, manager, engineer, developer, or whatever, you can greatly improve your chances of being called for a job interview by listing volunteer experience on your resume. Just by simply volunteering your time, you can elevate yourself above your competition. Employers will be more likely to call you, interview you, and hire you when you have volunteer experience on your resume. Most job seekers don't put volunteer experience on their resume, but its a great tiebreaker. If a job comes down to you and someone else, you are likely to get it because you have volunteer experience on your resume.
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