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Advice and Tips
1. Give a positive impression by correcting typos and grammatical errors.
2. Keep it simple no more than 2 pages. Most human resource personal don't have the time or energy to review long drawn out resumes. Stick to what you have accomplished and what you can do for the company.
3. You are not writing an award winning novel. Avoid hyperbole and exaggerations, experienced interviewers can see through such tactics.
4. Don't lie or misrepresent your experiences and skills. These are grounds for termination without unemployment benefits.
5. Taylor your resume to the work you desire, as it relates to the companies you wish to work with. You don't want to work in a company in which you ill suited.