Call me weird, but I love helping people with their resumes. It reminds me of those fun matching worksheets we’d fill out in school. Maybe you remember them too?
One column might list dates. The other would outline events. We would draw a line between those that matched.
Similarly, good resumes tend to align with correlating job descriptions. A posting for an organized and communicative coordinator is best met with a resume that highlights successful experiences organizing and communicating. When applying to work at a college, it’s smart for a resume to mention previous work experiences in an academic setting.
What happens when our resumes don’t match our assignments?
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