3 Things to Remember When Creating Your Resume
1. Highlight accomplishments versus job duties.
Accomplishments and achievements can help your potential employer identify your unique talents and core competencies, which also helps you to stand out amongst other candidates.
2. Use bullet points in your resume vs paragraphs.
Bullet points are more visually appealing and easy on the eyes, as paragraphs are too overwhelming and much harder to read.
3. Although it's not "required", it's still best to stick to the one-page resume.
Although the one-page resume is ideal for entry-level professionals, it's still more universally accepted, as it helps your hiring manager quickly review your skills, experience, and qualifications.
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