I am applying for a position through a recruiting agency and will be speaking (phone screen interview) to a Director-level hiring manager from the company in a couple days. The recruiter said to me that the Director thought that my resume seems to be a bit "thin". The only way I can think my resume received such a comment was probably because I haven't worked in the industry that the company is a part of. For me, reading through resumes is a subjective matter. The application needs to align with the opening to get the best candidate.
Considering that my resume was received in a bit of negative light, why would anyone want to waste their time after providing such initial feedback? And now that I am going to be speaking with such a person, what should I be concerned about? I am obviously not going to ask this person - "Do you have any questions about my resume that I can answer?"