If you need to update your resume, read this first!

I am just starting another job search so when updating my resume I put it in this format and it worked very well. I changed the header a little just to make it smaller, but that was about it. My girlfriend saw it and thought it was so great she asked if I could help convert her resume. Her resume used to be 10pt font/Arial Narrow/.25″ margins completely filled with text so we were not sure if it would fit. Surprisingly it fits much better and provides much more white space on the page.

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Updating Your Resume for 2014 and Beyond

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Whether you update your resume for internal or external factors, it is the sign of a professional to prepare for the future and be able to quickly capitalize on opportunities.


Updating your resume doesn't have to be too time-consuming or painful, says resume expert Lauren Milligan, founder of ResuMAYDAY, a Chicago-based resume writing and career services firm. She shares five quick tips for breathing new life into your old resume.Finding a new job requires you to have a few simple things. The first is an updated resume that accurately depicts your career skills and experience. The second is references that can vouch for your experience in the field you are looking to work in. And lastly you need either a solid network of contacts in the industry or a lot of luck.It’s fair to say that nobody likes updating their resume. Rusty job seekers wait until the very last minute before making any changes – putting it off for months, even years, until they’re absolutely certain they’ll be re-entering the job market. However, this prolonged hesitation and dread over a simple document always has negative side effects on your job search. Hasty edits only lead to poor quality and potential errors, and the sobering reality is that an outdated or inaccurate resume can cost you countless job opportunities.Updating your resume doesn’t have to take a long time – that’s the beauty of it. If you spend 15 or 30 minutes every six months jotting down your most recent accomplishments you never have to sit down for hours on end to remember all that you did over a several year span.