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Resume Tips 

Your resume sells you, your experience, your interests, and your skills to the client; it is their first impression of you. 

  • Proofread your resume and have others review it for grammar, spelling, and wording

  • Include your current contact information with a professional email address

  • Include explanations for gaps in your work history such as school

  • Do not embellish your experience, education or skills – honesty is the best policy

  • If you are a recent college graduate, include your education first and then work experience

  • Limit your resume to one page

  • Use power words to create short, results-oriented descriptions of your work responsibilities

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