Resumes and cover letters must convey your experience and skills in a concise format. Thank you notes should be written after interviews, and inquiry letters, referrals, and portfolios also require special consideration.
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Look through half a dozen books or websites on resumes, and you’ll find six versions of what a resume “must,” and “must not” include. In reality, many of these rules are merely the writers’ opinions. However, we’ll start with the premise that the resume will be read quickly with a second, closer look occurring if a candidate makes the first cut. Therefore, a resume has to be easy to read, short, but filled with information. Having said that, the following guidelines make sense:
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