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Writing Your Resume

Why you should keep your resume short and sweet!

Many companies require a resume from potential employees as part of the hiring process. What a resume does is tell the potential employer that you are the best person for the position you are seeking and it gives the human resources department a heads up on your education, work experience, and a little of your personal history.

Writing a resume can be time consuming and frustrating, but it need not be. All it does is give an accurate reflection of you and how to detail your accomplishments and qualifications in simple terms.

The goal is to let the potential employer know that you are the best person for the job by listing the things that you do best. List all education you have and provide a history of your work experience.

Although you may want to toot your own horn, one of the best things you can do as far as your resume is concerned is to keep it as short as possible while making it tell everything about you.

Keep it professional and above all, be truthful. Never put things on your resume that you can't explain if you have to.

 

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