Writing your resume can be tricky, particularly if you've had a long career or achieved a lot in each of your positions. Many people find it hard to know what to include in their resumes. Including all your history could result in a long and drawn-out resume. It takes only seconds for hiring managers to view a resume, and if yours is too robust, it will probably be added to the no pile. Your resume should be no more than two pages. So how do you pair down all your experience? Here are a few things we've used when writing resumes for our clients. First, we research job postings focusing on positions similar to what that client is targeting and looking for the commonalities. Various companies look for other things, but there are always common themes across all job postings. Once identified, our resume writers get to work on creating a resume to show off [...]
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One of the top questions our professional resume writers get from job seekers is, "how far back should a resume go?" Maybe you spent years building your career, and you have a lot of experience you want to have on your resume. Just because you have decades of experience doesn't mean you need to list every position you've had. Your resume should be a carefully crafted document tailored to the specific job you are looking for. That means you should only include your qualifications, skills, and experience to help you land that position. It's not necessary to have an extensive list of your professional life. How far back should your resume go? Your resume should go back only 10 to 15 years in terms of work experience. This keeps your resume extremely relevant for recruiters and employers. Your resume's experience section should always pass the "5-second resume test" regarding relevance. Let's pretend you are the [...]