A résumé is, first and foremost, a marketing document. It’s not supposed to be your entire life history, and it doesn’t include bad things, just good.
Remember marketing. Would Coca-Cola make a commercial that highlighted the sugar content of its flagship product? No? Then don’t put negative things on your résumé either.
You probably don’t need a complete overhaul, but you could bump it up a notch or two. Here are ten ideas to turn your résumé from good to great.
Ditch the Objective
No one wants to work at a corrupt company that abuses its employees and offers no chance for growth, so saying the opposite is just wasting space.
To keep reading, click here: New Year, New You: Guide to Taking Your Résumé Up a Notch