How to make your resume as user-centred as you are
Nicola Rushton

One thing hinted at, but not mentioned (although just good design): make it easy to find information by simply scanning the page. Don’t make up wordy section headers (use “Experience” instead of “Career Accomplishments”). Use basic hierarchy. Don’t fancify your address and phone number (they need to look like an address and phone number).

Most important to me: DON’T SHOW OFF! That’s putting your needs above mine. So glad to see this article.

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