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It is resume time!

Mar 14, 2019

Yes, spring is upon us, and that means graduation will soon be here. As the parent of a college senior, the long-distance discussions have been centered around interviewing and resumes.

Why is writing a resume so daunting?

Simple. Because you are writing about yourself. It may be easy to brag about beating the LAX high-scoring record in high school but talking about your real accomplishments requires thought, patience, and objectivity.

It is hard to do, but hey, I have LinkedIn!

Why do I need a resume if my ‘resume’ is viewable on my LinkedIn page?

Well, that brings up another point and a larger discussion about your online presence and consistency with your resume. LinkedIn is often used to substantiate the information on a resume. Hiring managers often look to LinkedIn and other social media resources to learn more about an applicant.

Bottom line: once you have a new and refreshed resume, update your LinkedIn profile.

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