Why a recruiter may not have the best résumé tips

03/24/2011 | GlassDoor.com

Don't write a résumé based only on the guidelines given to you by a recruiter, because their advice may not be the best way to highlight your skills and attract various employers, Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter writes. "[R]ecruiters' advice often is based on the number of poorly written resumes they receive, and a desire to fit a square-peg, square-hole need as efficiently and quickly as possible."

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