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How long should the resume be?

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Started: 5/21/2021 Category: People
Updated: 2 months ago Status: Challenge Period
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AntonDev

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In recent years, Several approaches have emerged regarding resume length. Each of them is not devoid of common sense. The first and, Perhaps, The most common of them is familiar to everyone who has taken a career guidance course. It is defined as the "one page rule". It is that a good resume should never be longer than a page. This approach is quite reasonable: in order to fill out a one-page resume, The applicant must think carefully about what data should be included in the document and what can be omitted.

Another sensible principle is the so-called "six-second rule". The idea here is that the average hiring professional is willing to spend as little as six seconds on each resume. Therefore, The applicant needs to be able to convey the most important information perceived during this time period. And although there is no exact data on the application of the six-second rule, The submitter of the resume should understand that a rather busy person will probably have to get acquainted with this document. The more capacious your resume is, The better.

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