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Tip Thursday #5

Welcome to this week's #TipThursday for candidates! Let's talk resumes. 📄

When it comes to writing your resume, make sure to keep it to one page. That should be plenty of space to provide your relevant experience, skills, education, and personal links such as your LinkedIn, portfolio, or anything else you'd like to show off to set yourself apart from the competition in this single page.

Keep your bullet points on... well, point! Keep the information relevant to the position of what you did, as well as sharing any accomplishments such as spearheading a pain point for your company and leading a project. These are specific instances where you contributed to your organization and impacted them besides your typical job responsibilities and shows off the potential impact you could have at the company interviewing you.

Make sure that the font you use is easy to read and the size is enough so recruiters and hiring managers don't have to squint to read your resume.

There's a lot to discuss when it comes to resume writing, but these were a few main points I wanted to bring up. Look for more resume tips in the future! 🧐

Any resume tips you want to share with others? Share below! 👇👇👇

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