If I have said it once...well, you know.
"When faced with a daunting and months-long job search, many candidates believe that the best way to go is to prove they have talent in numerous industries. In other words, they can wear many hats and do just about anything.Employers want to know what you can do for then tomorrow. They care much less about all the amazing and unrelated things you have done in the past.
Unfortunately, that’s not the way to impress a hiring manager or a recruiter. In today’s job market, what you have to prove most is that you’re the ideal candidate for the position. That means focusing on one industry, one job (preferably from a posting you’re interested in) and dovetailing everything you’ve done toward that opening." -What Hiring Managers and Recruiters Look for in a Resume | The Resume Blog by Resumeedge