All to often people make a mistake on their resumes having to do with the content beneath their past or present jobs. Many sit down in front of the blank piece of paper and say to themselves, “Now what did I do in this job?” and they start to put down whatever they were responsible for starting with the most important things. 857 more words
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Hiring managers often doubt that anyone really wants to take a step “down.” Here’s how to convince them.
While most recruiting experts will tell you that typos are a sure way to get your resume tossed into the “no” pile, you should also know that if a potential employer decides to look beyond your embarrassing blunder and invite you to interview with the company, you must be prepared to discuss your mistake. 468 more words