You already know to proofread your résumé before you send it out. But when do you double-check that everything’s clean, clear and error-free? The worst time to proofread is just after you finish typing. It’s smarter to put it aside for a day and then review for typos, spacing and punctuation problems. Better yet, ask a trusted friend to read it, too.
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