Resume Errors

Updated 07/22/2017














    5 Worst Resume Mistakes -- And How To Fix Them  |  Forbes, Liz Ryan                              07/22/2017
    Your resume is your principal marketing document. It's not a legal document. There's no
    reason to stuff your resume with garbage language like "Results-oriented professional
    with a bottom-line orientation," but thousands of people make that mistake.
    Most of us have been trained to write about ourselves using the blandest, most robotic
    terms imaginable:


    6 Common Resume Mistakes to Avoid  |  Inc, Jeff Haden
    Recently I wrote about how your resume is never enough to get you hired for a job you
    really want. To use a sports analogy, you can't win a game in the first quarter, but you
    can definitely lose one, and the same thing is true with a resume: A great resume won't
    ensure you get hired, but a poor resume can definitely ensure you won't get hired.
    To make sure you don't make some of the most common resume mistakes, I talked to
    an expert: Kristi Russo, the 
co-founder and CEO of Red Letter Resumes, a company that
    helps talented individuals find success on their own terms. (Try their 6-Second Resume
    Test to find out whether your resume is good enough to avoid the "discard" pile and land
    in the "keeper" pile.) 


    Avoid the Top 10 Resume Mistakes  |  JobInterviewTipz.com
    It’s very common the candidates commit minor resume mistakes. And once that resume
    lands up at an employer’s desk, then it’s very difficult to rectify those errors. In such a
    scenario, deterrence is grave, whether you are creating your former resume or altering it.
    Have a glance over this resume guide and learn how to overlook them.





           







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