In this tutorial, we learn how to create a professional resume with Chuck Aranda. A professional resume shouldn't be very long. It should be around 1 page, and only a half of a page if it needs to be written on another page. Make sure that it not only looks professional and attractive, but it's also easy to read. Tailor your resume to each job you apply to, employers like to know you took time to apply to just their job instead of sending out your resume in mass. Make sure to use an easy to read font and add all of your essential information on the resume. Don't fill the resume with fluff and things that don't matter, only include essential and important information that will get you the job!
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