Lily ZhangBy Lily Zhang, October 21, 2014

I think this is some very good information!

https://www.themuse.com/advice/5-things-people-reading-your-resume-wish-you-knew?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_term=Daily%20Email%20List&utm_campaign=5%20Things%20The%20People%20Reading%20Your%20Resume%20Wish%20You%20Knew

1. If your relevant experience, education, or skills are hard to find at a glance, your resume might as well be blank.

2. If it’s not immediately clear from your experience why you’re applying, no one will connect the dots for you.

3. If your resume is difficult to skim, it probably won’t be read at all.

4. If you expect to get your resume in front of a hiring manager, you need to first make sure you get through HR.

5. If your contact info isn’t correct, nothing else matters.

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