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Flaunting all of your accomplishments in your resume might seem like a good idea, however, it could be an instant resume killer. You need to learn what to leave out of a resume so you don't hurt your chances of getting hired. CareerHMO Founder, J.T. O'Donnell talks about what to leave out of a resume and how to format it properly in this episode of Career Rehab. If someone receives a resume that is stuffed with paragraphs of information, they automatically go into "skim mode" and can miss your relevant qualifications. This information overload can cost you a job opportunity. Ditching outdated resume strategies like objective statements can help you clean up your resume and boost your chances at landing an interview. Here are some ideas on what to leave out on a resume... What to leave out on resume image from Shutterstock

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