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How To Embrace The Most Embarrassing Parts Of Your Resume

Confidently telling a coherent narrative about your job experience means accepting the lamest parts of it. Confidently telling a coherent narrative about your job experience means accepting the lamest parts of it. Everyone's resume has a dud or two. Glaring gaps after getting fired. That new boss who reorganized your team—and maybe didn't like you that much—and gave you a title demotion you're still embarrassed about.
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