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Perfectly Present Yourself Through Your Resume

by Bidita Debnath on December 26, 2013 at 11:06 PM
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 Perfectly Present Yourself Through Your Resume

Despite your exceptional skills and education, are you having trouble getting a job? Then maybe it's your over stuffed resume responsible for your joblessness.

According to Mashable, listing every skill you have ever acquired in your life in the resume is not advisable as prospective employers won't remember anything if you try to focus on everything.

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While having a clear narrative is a huge advantage, having long resumes that exceed two pages are considered unprofessional because a endless or unfocused resume shows your desperation to get hired.

Employers also get impressed when you show your skills instead of writing a lengthy resume.

Source: ANI
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