This is some great resume advice from Eastern Michigan University’s PRSSA Chapter! 🙂
Resume writing can be a rough and tedious task, but it doesn’t have to be – when you know what you need on it. But sometimes, that can be the hard part. Different people from different walks of life are all around to give us resume writing advice, but which advice should you follow and which should you ignore?
“I hate the objective. We all know you want a job,” Regina Luttrell, Eastern’s PRSSA advisor said. “Get rid of it. Instead, have a bulleted list of what your top skills are.”
There are so many other things that you can get rid of on a resume:
• Don’t include your high school education, it’s not necessary. If you’re in college, it is more than safe to assume you graduated from high school.
• With that said, you don’t need to include high school clubs, courses, sports, etc. If you’re reading…
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