Tips for Humanizing Your Résumé

Kill the stultifying, dull corporate-speakbefore it kills your chance to get an interview

There are résumés that, from the first word, signal that the person behind the résumé is someone you'd like to know more about. These provocative résumés come in as many variations as the people whose backgrounds they describe, but they have one thing in common. A clever, well-written résumé does not begin with (or include) the words "results-oriented professional."

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