Resumes or CVs – the short documents used as a major tool for job applications – are a common source of angst for job seekers. Even people with extensive careers. Even for people who’ve been through the application process many times. So, as a “newbie” to the process, it is normal and usual to be stressed about what to include.
Here are some things that might help you write your resume:
• Write for the reader
• PhDs count as experience
• No lists of articles, grants, and awards
• No referees
Link to transcript: https://www.drrichardhuysmans.com/five-ways-to-improve-your-resume-2/
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