We all know how time-consuming, discouraging, and tiresome job hunting can be. It’s tempting to take all of the help you can get from friends and family to get your name and résumé out into the world. But letting your general résumé float into the atmosphere unattached to a specific purpose can be lethal to your hiring potential. Scroll through to find out what you should never do with your résumé. Don’t worry—we’ve also included some fail-safe tips to boost your chances of scoring your dream job.
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