6 quick tips to make your resume fit on 1 page
from Fast Company
From spelling and grammatical errors to flowery language and absent keywords, there’s certainly no shortage of resume mistakes you could make. But there is one surefire kiss of death for most job seekers: submitting a two- or, dare we say it, three-page resume. "If you're fresh out of college, you may have a few internships under your belt, but by no means should you have a two-page resume," says Christopher Ward, founder at Ward Resumes.
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