resume. Thursday , September 21st , 2017 - 21:41:03 PM
Not only could he barely fit his achievements into the tight spaces allowed, the grid-like format required a font that didn't represent his stature. After we collaborated to review his work history, it was obvious to me that he could control costs, hire top-producing teams, and institute practices that made his employer very, very profitable in a short period of time.
Complicated and elaborate fonts are also issues that discourage the reader from continuing. Too much big fonts make the work look untidy and unorganized. On the other hand too small font makes the work ineligible and not readable making the reader to strain and in the process discouraging him or her from continuing. The font decorations used by people, through changing their color and style are also a no-no. This is because the resume tends to look artsy and this is not recommended by employers. It is good for you to know that such artsy resumes land in the trash since they are a nuisance to the reader. The resume is not a love letter and it should be treated as a formal document.
Refrain from including unnecessary or irrelevant information in your resume. Take care to provide suitable references, and most of all mention your accomplishments.
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