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10. Including negative information. You control what goes in your resume and what does not go in your resume. Though everything that is in your resume needs to be accurate, you do not have to put everything in your resume. To the point: you do not have to include information that can harm you. I like to call this "strategic omissions." For example, if you have significant gaps in your work history, there is no rule that you must put dates of employment on the resume. Will this raise some eyebrows and cause you to lose some interviews? Possibly, but you will you have to decide which is more harmful, to include the dates or omit them. Other common areas for strategic omissions are brief periods of employment, jobs out of your field, jobs held more than 10 years ago, and date of graduation.The Truth About Writing An Effective Resume
- You can tell them, I know exactly the required of this position, and with my strengths, I believe I can have some achievements when I work at your company.
12. Incorrect spelling, poor grammar or typing errors: If you produce a sloppy CV with errors you will only give them impression that you couldnt be bothered. Always proofread and get someone else to read through it as well.
When a job seeker meets an employee at the first time, he needs to hand over his resume to the employee which should be neat and structured without any errors to impress the employer at the first meeting. By checking the resume, employers used to select the job seeker for an interview instead of interviewing each and every employee and wasting time.
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