By Patricia Traina and Laura DeCarlo
One-page? Two-page? Three-page? Four? What length of resume will get your client’s foot inside the corporate door?
This question has challenged resume writers for years, and still there doesn’t seem to be any definitive answer to what is perhaps one of the most frustrating questions concerning resume writing. Instead of pondering endlessly the ideal length of your client’s resume, a better question to mull is how much information is too much. The answer will help determine the appropriate length of a well-written resume.
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