Two readers commented last week about efforts to cut their resumes down to one page. “Why would you want to do that?” I replied? For most candidates, a single page resume doesn’t work as well as you may think ...
Many mid-level and senior candidates have been misled into believing that single page resumes are critical and are more likely to be read - this used to be true. But like so many things I cover in job search, the times have changed. Here’s why a single page resume probably isn’t your best choice.
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