In the job search, there are a multitude of factors that can contribute to one’s struggle in securing employment. Instinctively, the first culprit blamed for the problem is the resume. If you not getting job offers, ask yourself where the breakdown is happening. Be careful not to immediately blame the resume.
If you are getting interviews, then your problem is most likely not your resume. You got the interview, so your resume must be doing its job. If you are not getting call backs after interviews, then I am going out on a limb here and your interviewing skills could be to blame. If that is the case, then you are in need of a challenging mock interview. Just because you have the knowledge, skills and ability to do a job won’t matter to an employer if you can interview effectively.
There are many other possibilities as to why you might not be securing job offers which proves you have to identify the root of the issue. Your problem could, in fact, be your resume, but it can also be your interviewing skills, your behavior while waiting for your interview (never be rude to a receptionist), your thank you note, your follow-up manner (always be gracious), along with many others. A good solution is to find a career coach—someone who will work with you in breaking down the job search process to find where your weaknesses lie and work with you to strengthen your approach and job search competencies.