In a world full of noise, competition and short attention spans, your résumé has to say a lot, in many cases, at a glance.
It's the marketing tool for your personal brand and the first impression that hiring managers, recruiters and HR reps get of you. Suffice to say, getting it right is paramount to successfully compete against the horde of IT professionals out there.
Misspellings, unexplained employment gaps or a simple list of past positions and responsibilities are all potential red flags that can make the decision-makers push your résumé into the negative pile or make it go unnoticed completely.
Enter Arnold Stern
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