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Figuring out how long your resume should be isn’t always easy. Many professionals believe that they have to cram everything onto a single page. Others think that the length doesn’t matter, as long as the content is relevant.   While a one-page resume is appropriate in some cases, there are plenty of situations where a longer resume is the right […]

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Your resume is often the first impression you make on a hiring manager. While you want to put your best foot forward, it’s important that what you include isn’t considered misleading. Otherwise, the hiring manager may view the misstep as dishonesty once it is discovered.   Essentially, if a potential detail on your resume could be […]

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In the early stages of your career, you usually feature all of your past jobs on your resume. However, once you cross the 10-year mark, you may start to wonder whether all of those positions are giving you an edge. This is especially true if fitting everything onto a two-page resume is becoming difficult, or not all of the jobs were […]

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In many fields, attention-to-detail isn’t just necessary; it’s crucial. For microbiologists, pharmacists, clinicians, laboratory technicians, and many other specialists, even the smallest error can be catastrophic. As a result, when hiring managers are filling positions that require the utmost in precision, they favor candidates who are proven to be detail-oriented.   But demonstrating your attention-to-detail on your […]