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5 Things Your Resume Is Missing
Resume writing is boring. Full stop. Resume writing is a tedious, mind numbing activity. After all, you are a young and vibrant person with many accomplishments. Distilling that into a one page, single spaced document is the epitome of selling yourself short.
Fortunately or unfortunately, writing a resume is a necessary evil to get a job. Furthermore, it is in your best interest to keep your resume updated and current. After all, you never know when you will need your resume to be ready to send.
1. A Clear Objective. Many people get so caught up in the resume writing process that they forget why they needed a resume in the first place. Why are you doing this, anyway? Oh right! To get a job. Try and tailor your resume to the job for which you are applying and cut out things that are not at all pertinent to the job that you have your eye on.