Are you making these resume mistakes⁉️
Maybe you’ve finished writing your resume, maybe you’re just starting.
Either way, you could probably use some good resume tips.
It’s easy to overlook things when you’re worried about finding a job. The best tips help you remember the smallest details of resume writing.
❌ Using an unprofessional email address.
❌ Using the phrase “References Available Upon Request.”
❌ Attaching a photo of yourself.
❌ Not updating your contact information.
❌ Not setting your font size to 10-12 points.
❌ Not providing enough detail.
❌ Using the same resume for all your applications.
❌ Submitting resumes over 2 pages.
❌ Listing hobbies unrelated to the job.
❌ Grammatical and formatting errors.
❌ Not listing your most recent job and work your way back (chronological order).
❌ Not aligning your content to the left to make it skimmable.
❌ Adding jobs you’ve had past 15 years.
❌ Not using a professionally designed template.
Crafting a resume can be both overwhelming and challenging.
So bookmark this list to make sure you avoid these common resume mistakes every time you’re revising yours for a new job opportunity.
With a resume that’s polished, professional, and concise, you’re one step closer to catching the eye of prospective employers!
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