Twelve Points to Leave Off Your Resume - Slide 13

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Continuous learning is the hallmark of a great knowledge worker. Using a resume to tell the story of your adaptability and willingness to navigate uncharted territories is powerful. Keep the message to material that is clearly related to professional development.

The first hurdle in any job hunt is building your resume. Ultimately, your first draft is a template for something that you are going to tailor based on each opportunity (if you’re serious about the job). Pulling it together is a painful process of learning how to see yourself from the outside. Writing for Glassdoor.com, John Sumser, founder and editor-in-chief of HRExaminer, offers a few guidelines for items you should definitely not include in your resume.

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