8 Things Never to Say on Your Resume

My friend, Don Goodman, from Resume Wizards recently gave me his personal 18-point checklist for creating a good resume. As I read through it, all the bad resumes I've ever read came flashing back to me. Your resume is the often the first impression an employer has of you. Talk about tough?! That 8.5 x 11 inch document often holds the power to get you in the "yes" or "no" pile for an interview. I see dozens of resumes each week from people who are struggling to land the coveted interview. Check out this article I wrote for AOL Jobs on what you should never say on your resume. Never say resume image from Shutterstock

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