12 Things A Resume Won’t Tell You

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It’s been estimated that recruiters receive around 250 resumes for every corporate job, but only around 4-6 candidates will get called in for an interview. Unless something really stands out, recruiters literally spend about 6 seconds skimming over resumes which often raises the question, have resumes lost their value? While they still remain the norm for gathering initial information on candidates, resumes are limited in their ability to reveal any real insight. For one, resumes are a self-selected story of previous historical ability. And as we know, past performance does not always predict future performance in a new job. When used as

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