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When done right, your resume should showcase your most relevant experience as it relates to the role for which you’re applying. The goal, of course, is to help a hiring manager understand how your unique set of skills lines up with their needs—and that you’re the ideal person for the job.

No sweat, right?

I know, I know. Creating a customized resume for every job you apply to is no easy task. Especially if your work history isn’t an exact match for the job you want, if you don’t have recent work experience to speak of, or if you haven’t technically held a traditional job before.

Wouldn’t it be easier if you could just list all your skills out without having to worry about making your work history look cohesive? Like, say, on a…



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Credit to Jaclyn Westlake for the original post.

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