You've finished your resume, had friends and even recruiters look it over and hear a resounding "Good Resume". How can you tell if your resume sucks?
Since your friends and even recruiters aren't the primary audience for your resume, their opinion won't matter much - it's the hiring manager's opinion that matters most (and the other 3 audiences for your resume).
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There's a world of difference between a "good resume" and an effective resume. Beyond the basics of typos, formatting, and typos, will your resume appeal to the companies you target? Here's the 3 top ways.
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