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Unformatted text preview: patients” would get the thumbs up. Ask several people to proofread your resume to be sure that it is free of typos and grammatical errors. Lengthy paragraphs describing your experiences. To list the responsibilities you’ve had in your past professional experience, you are best off using bullet points that begin with action verbs, such as managed, developed, etc. You do not need to use full sentences, and you certainly do not need to use the paragraph format. This makes the information in your resume overwhelming and difficult to review quickly. Make your statements brief and clear; don’t add words to fill in space. All of these common resume errors can be avoided with one word: proofread. If you take the time to re-read the resume, and even have others read it, you will easily catch these resume errors right away....
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This document was uploaded on 05/06/2011.
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