What NOT to Put on Your Resume

When writing a resume, it’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that the more you include, the better. If that means using 10pt font and no whitespace, who cares, as long as I can include all six of the clubs I’m involved with. In my last post I explained how that line of thinking isn’t always the best way to go. Today, I’m going to give a few more items that you may reconsider including unless you want to put yourself at a disadvantage right off the bat.

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Author's profile picture Will Ganucheau

Quality Over Quantity

When looking at a resume, one of the first things I look for is the place where the candidate enumerates their programming language proficiencies and other skills. I’m looking for two things:

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Author's profile picture Will Ganucheau