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The ONE thing to get right in your resume

Of all of the pieces of the resume puzzle, getting to the essential is, well, essential. The pundits don’t help. Their advice is long on “should’s” and light on “must’s.” Plus, the advice is often contradictory from one pundit to the next. Or even the same pundit will offer conflicting advice. So what’s a potential Cubicle […] The post The ONE thing to get right in your resume appeared first on Cube Rules.
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