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  • Bob Mitchell


Now that 2023 has come to an end, and 2024 is right around the corner, this is the time to clear out the old and bring in the new.

This is also the time to refresh your resume.  Review your resume and take out any positions that you held that are older than 8 years, most hiring managers and recruiters won’t read back that far.  They will be looking for current experience and longevity.

If your resume has a picture, it may be time to update that with a more current picture.  If you have moved, make sure you update your new address and contact information if that has changed.

Any projects or assignments that you worked on and completed over 2023 should be added to your resume.

Any new skills that you have acquired should be added, but take care not to add skills that you cannot speak to.

If you have a skill that you didn’t think was important this year but may be important to what you are looking for in 2024, add that skill to your resume.

When you are refreshing your resume, don’t just put in a skill, talk about how you used that skill and what was accomplished, this will help your recruiter when they are looking for information on your resume.

A new year.

A new you.

A new resume.

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