Cut the Clutter in Your Executive Resume | The Job Search Podcast

Episode 7 March 26, 2018 00:07:02
Cut the Clutter in Your Executive Resume | The Job Search Podcast
The Job Search Podcast, with Amy L. Adler
Cut the Clutter in Your Executive Resume | The Job Search Podcast
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Show Notes

Cut the clutter and stop boring your audience. The people who read your resume and cover letter want to know what you did, and how it's relevant to bringing their company success.

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