4 Ways Your Resume Might Turn Employers Off
Whether you're new to the world of job searching or have been at it for quite some time, you probably know that your resume is the first thing prospective employers will use to judge your qualifications. But what you may not realize is that certain aspects of your resume could wind up turning potential hiring managers off. Here are a few to be mindful of.
1. Too much job-hopping
No longer do college graduates get hired at a specific company and stay there for life. Nowadays, job-hopping is so common that employers practically expect you to leave after a certain period of time. In fact, the average worker today will have 10 different jobs before turning 40, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics...
by Idham Azhari