3 Reasons Why A Dumbed-Down Resume Gets You Better Results
It’s typical for professionals to build up jargon common in their field of work and then apply it to their writing – including the resume. In some ways adding professional jargon to your resume may have you thinking it’ll sound more like you belong, but when you go to the extreme with technical terms on the resume, you lose out. Related: 6 Careless Mistakes To Avoid On The Resume Remember that your resume will be reviewed not just by others in your field of work, but also the general hiring manager or recruiter who does not have the same technical knowledge as you do. You’re better off presenting a resume that’s understandable to the universal audience than to isolate your resume so it’s only understood by those working directly in your field of work.