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What Your Resume Says About Your Age

Huffington Post
April 30, 2013

The purpose of a resume is to demonstrate to prospective employers your knowledge, skills, abilities, and level of expertise in your profession. As workers get older and career changes are necessitated, job seekers tend to resuscitate the resume they used to find their previous position by simply adding another block to detail their most recent position. What many job seekers don't realize is that they need to pay special attention to remove information that may date them and inadvertently lead to age discrimination. Following are some tips on what to include and exclude when giving your resume a facelift.

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