Vault Careers | June 30, 2017
Re-posted from Vault
Although it can be tempting to distinguish your résumé by making it visually different from others (using an unusual font or adding extra design elements), it’s best to stick to a traditional résumé format for most jobs. Visual discrepancies can actually work against you—unless you’re applying for a creative position.
That said, using a traditional résumé format can be limiting, making it hard to express your personality and work style, both of which can be major factors in a recruiter’s ultimate decision to hire you—or not.
The solution? … READ MORE