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A properly pruned resume yields the most important fruit: More interviews.
When I write a resume, I am obsessed with the details. I am often tweaking words until the very end so that the resume flows, is easy to read, tells your story, and looks amazing.
Have you ever decided not to apply for a job because you felt like you didn’t already have all of the listed requirements? I have some inside scoop for you.
Let’s say you hate your job. Like, with the heat of a thousand suns. It’s crushing your soul and you can barely drag yourself out of bed and get to work on time because the dread feels impossibly heavy. But the thought of job searching fills you with as much anxiety as your current daily…
A recent experience reminded me again: It’s important to make every word count on your resume.