By Donna Fuscaldo
Resumes are a dime a dozen, so making yours stand out is critical. But the way to capture the attention of hiring managers isn't through graphics, colorful language or a headshot. Employers care about what's in your resume, not how it looks. "It's really all about content as opposed to style," says Pamela Skillings, co-founder of job coaching firm Skillful Communications. "Substance comes over style."