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A resume is a written document and, like all written documents, it has to be readable. A readable document is grammatical, logical, concise, and interesting.
Don't include social security number, age, credit card or banking informatin, health information, marital status or photograph on your resume.
For baby boomers, biggest roadblock in their job hunt is a dated resume that fails to deliver what today’s companies and hiring managers want.
The practice of adding success stories as a separate addendum to executive summaries may pay off in more interviews.
The 2012 Global Hiring Survey from the global professional association, Career Directors International, busts myths about resume page length and technology.
This article contains examples of a few mistakes you should not make on your resume.
A resume is essential for an effective job search, but it should not represent your entire job search effort. A resume alone will not find you a job.
What do companies look for when they read a resume? Accomplishments showing how you used the skills and experience outlined in the job description.
Some companies have been organizing their online application forms around what school teachers call “essay questions.”
Robin Schlinger, owner of Robin's Resumes®, www.robinresumes.com, will post news on resumes and career search advice. This article will serve to introduce her and her background.
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