10 Things That Spell Disaster For Your Resume
There is a lot of advice out there on how to showcase your best professional self on paper. But turns out, what you leave off your resume is just as important as what you include when it comes to making that first impression top-notch.
From deleting all negative language on social media to trimming down the number of pages, there’s a lot you can do to prevent your resume getting thrown out before the hiring manager even gets to look at your actual experiences.
Read the infographic below and make sure the next resume you hand out steers clear of the most common (and surprising) pitfalls.
Infographic courtesy of careersavvy. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.
Before joining The Muse, Sarah worked in social business innovation for Virgin Unite in London, strategy and innovation at Market Gravity, sustainability research in the Dominican Republic, and business development for a NYC startup. Wrapping up her time at Columbia University, she’s headed to McKinsey & Company after graduation. Say hi on Twitter @sarahlichang.More from this Author