Monday, May 11, 2015

Why a 1 Page Resume?

All companies look for candidates who can communicate effectively and succinctly.

The one page resume demonstrates that you can communicate your most important accomplishments in this way.

 No hiring manager wants to wade through 2 pages of “fluff” before he/she gets to the part they are looking for: what you’ve done and how well you did it.

 Your resume is a like an “executive summary”.  The highlights of your career.  It is designed to start a conversation, not finish one. You don’t need to include everything; you’ll be discussing the details in the interview.

 A simple and easy to read format is what hiring managers and recruiters want.

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