resume. Tuesday , March 07th , 2017 - 16:06:49 PM
3. Blindly following absolute rules. The first rule of good resume writing is that there are no absolutes. Any rules you have heard about resume writing can be broken if you have a compelling reason for doing so. There are resume writing guidelines that have evolved for practical reasons, but they are simply guidelines, not absolute rules. If you are getting advice that resumes should always be formatted one way or another, or should always be a certain length, or always contain or omit certain information, take this advice with a grain of salt. Effective resume strategy precludes the limitations of absolute rules.
Proofread your resume. Spell check is a wonderful invention, but it cannot however tell you that you meant to use "if" in its place of "is". So, Resist this temptation of spell-check inventor and pass your resume to your colleague or friend who with acute awareness will go through every word.
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