resume. Wednesday , July 26th , 2017 - 11:05:25 AM
Does that sound strange? It really isn't. Put yourself in the position of a hiring manager at a major corporation. Your business employs hundreds or maybe thousands of people for all kinds of tasks . Hundreds of resumes cross your desk each week. Are you really going to read each of the resumes in detail? Probably not. Very few hiring managers would.
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Adding insult to injury, some writers prepare resumes in both the first and third person, as in the example that came across my desk that began with the objective: Position which will utilize my experience and provide opportunity for advancement and growth, clearly in the first person, given the use of the pronoun my. The resume continued with a summary of experience that read: Performs accounts payable activities . . . Reviews and classifies invoices . . . Interacts with vendors, with verb after verb written in the third person.
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