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We get it, writing a separate cover letter for every application is hard. The bulk of your experience is on your resume anyway, so
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The interview is behind you, your references have cleared, and after waiting for what feels like forever, you get the call you’ve been waiting for.
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Here are seven things you should remove from your resume right now.
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