Any one of these mistakes will put your resume in the "no" pile.

If you're sending out lots of resumes without getting many calls for interviews, it's time to conclude that your resume isn't doing its job. If you're like most people, you're making at least a few of these mistakes—which will put your resume promptly in the "no" pile.

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1. It’s generic. If your resume reads just like dozens of other candidates’, no employer is going to call you. Your resume needs to convey that you’re an exceptional candidate, not just an average one who’s no different from other applicants. Which leads us to…

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