resume. Wednesday , May 17th , 2017 - 10:32:05 AM
- Don't get too much excited for the job you are applying for when writing your resume, there can be a risk to make it sound unprofessional. If you get over excited, then people who check your resume are not, so you have to be professional.
As for literal "youth," if you don't have much on your resume yet, I see no reason not to leverage what you do have to work with.
Condense your overall tasks and responsibilities into a brief paragraph (no more than five lines) that gives the reader a snapshot of what you do. Remember to bring it life with vibrant action verbs, industry keywords, and quantifiable facts. Always avoid the overused, passive phrases like Responsible for the development of marketing plans for clients in the West Coast region."
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