Recruiters look at your resume for six seconds. Six seconds! Try scanning an article for that length of a time and see what you notice.
Not a lot, right? You probably looked at the bolded or highlighted words, any bright colors, and maybe a bit of the actual content.
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Well, that’s precisely what hiring managers do. In fact, a study of a couple dozen found that from all the content on a typical resume, they only look at big titles, dates, and a miniscule amount of your actual experience.
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