How to use the "reverse graffiti" approach on your resume

05/17/2013 | SimplyHired.com

Job seekers can learn from street artists who practice "reverse graffiti," a style in which the artist removes grime on a building or sidewalk to create a picture. Instead of adding things to your resume the next time you update, try to find things you can get rid of in order to showcase your most relevant experiences, this article says.

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