#2 Repeating The Same Words
A lot of applicants incorrectly believe that they can convince an employer to hire them if they merely hammer one point several times. As a result, they use the same language to describe their roles in similar past work history positions. Many employers and hiring managers actually experience fatigue and irritation when they read resumes that feature too much repetition. They also perceive this type of presentation as a sign that the applicant lacks creativity. Break up the repetition of describing similar tasks by using a variety of descriptive words and sentences structures.
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