Improve your Resume 101

  1. Don’t include every single part-time gig you did, only relevant ones that show your consistency
  2. Line up the margins and make it neat
  3. Unless you have 30 years of experience, keep it one page long.
  4. Have a professional website that shows examples of your projects.
  5. List activities that show your leadership. If you don’t have one, GET one.
  6. Make the skills and experience lead to one direction, in some way that benefits the world around you.
  7. You don’t list social media or Microsoft office as a skill.
  8. Clean up your SNS and delete connections you know don’t shine you in a positive way
  9. Smile and keep on going!




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