5 Things Not to Put On Your Resume

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(KTVI) - Statistics from the Labor Department show the unemployment rate dropped slightly last month to 7.7 percent. That's good news for millions of Americans looking for a job.

Steve Matter, author of Amazon's best-selling book, "Get noticed and get hired" tells job seekers what not to put on their resumes.

5 Resume Ruiners:
1. Your photograph
2. Your Date of Birth
3. Your Marital Status
4. Personal Interests
5. 'Weaknesses'

How to stand out?
Steve`s S.T.A.R. Formula To Make Your Resume Stand Out In A Good Way
Summarize your specific skills & work experience.
Target your job search with laser precision.
Accomplishments listed with bullets.
Relevance: 'Don`t include a job flipping burgers at McDonalds if you`re applying at Boeing...unless you`re applying for a job in the cafeteria!'

Visit www.GetNoticedandGetHired.com

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