7 Things You Should Never Put on Your Resume

When seeking a new job, what you don't say can be more important than what you do say. Leave these things out.

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When you’re preparing a resume, it’s natural to want to tell prospective employers all about yourself, but there are some things that are better left unsaid. Remember, you have only a limited amount of space to convince someone you’d be a good hire. It’s important to include nothing that may offend someone or cause them to question your abilities. What follows are seven things your should avoid on your resume. Bonus: This leaves you more space to highlight your strongest points.


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