What if this approach solves one problem — the busy resume — but creates another, such as a huge, gaping black hole where you removed inconsequential jobs?

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If you would like more help with your resume, please contact any one of the professionals who contributed their samples. Always submit your resume on appropriate paper that the reader will remember; paper that looks and feels valuable just like you, the candidate!

A recent research study conducted among business decision-makers recently concluded that the use of Southworth’s fine business papers in resumes leads to more positive impressions and more positive business decision outcomes than documents printed on ordinary copy paper.

Focus your resume on job experience that’s relevant to a specific position to improve your chances of getting that job.

Having relevant job experience is always a big plus in employers’ eyes.

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When your resume looks as though it will collapse under the weight of a mishmash of jobs unconnected to your present target, you can eliminate your previous trivial pursuits.

Group the consequential jobs under a heading that says something like Relevant Work Experience Summary or Professional Experience.

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Apparently, Adams became inspired to make a “dating resume” after he was denied by a girl who asked him for one in the past.