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Bigger is NOT Always Better

Bigger is NOT Always Better

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Bigger is Not Always Better (aka When Not to Use Big Words on Your Resume and Cover Letter)

By The Resume Chick

Brief, concise and easy to read. These are characteristics of resumes and cover letters that can never be overemphasized. Yet surprisingly, hundreds – maybe thousands – of resumes have been ruined when the resume owner (or writer) uses a profusion of polysyllabic terms, or what you simply call BIG words.

To succeed in today’s job market, jobseekers must understand that a resume should be easy to read. There’s a time to show off your vocabulary skills, however, you have to let your resume do its job and land you that interview first.

 

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