It’s easy to fall in a rut when it comes to creating and building a résumé — that template you used in Microsoft Word 2007? Probably a good idea to revisit and revamp.
It’s not just the formatting and design that should be clean and catchy. The actual text on your résumé speaks volumes, too — it’s safe to say that every component on the doc is superimportant! So if your résumé needs a little TLC, here are six ways you can brush off the dust and make it like new again, as provided by the experts.
Read the advice Certified Career Coach, Hallie Crawford, gave PopSugar.com.