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    Easy to use, our step-by-step builder enables you to create a polished resume in minutes.

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    Select from thousands of customizable bullet points written by industry experts for every job and role.

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    Get the most current resume tips and advice every step of the way.

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    Format the details with additional colors, fonts, and sections to fit your style, experience, and industry.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I include on my resume?

Resumes have 5 basic sections: header, summary, skills, work experience, and education. Depending on your industry and experience level, these are flexible. Not quite sure what sections to include? Here’s some help on how to choose the right resume format.

How long should my resume be?

We suggest one page per decade of experience, up to two pages. While you may have 20+ years of experience, older roles tend to not be as directly related to the role you are seeking. It’s suggested to omit these, keeping your resume digestible for hiring managers and recruiters.

What is an Applicant Tracking System (ATS)?

An Applicant Tracking System (ATS) is a software program used by employers to scan resumes for keywords pulled from their job ads. This software looks for words and phrases describing skills and experiences that are critical to the role.

Why should I care about an Applicant Tracking System?

If your resume doesn’t contain the right keywords or if it is created on a template that is difficult to scan, your resume will likely be rejected before it reaches a pair of human eyes. Every one of our resume templates are designed to ensure they are easy for ATS software to scan and pass.

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