Avoid this resume mistake
Is your humility killing your chances of a higher paying job? The career networking site analyzed the profiles of their 141 million members, and looked for differences in the resumes of men and women. While men aggressively touted their experience, skills and networks, women had shorter profiles, shared fewer skills, and made fewer connections. The study also found that more men applied to jobs with “higher prestige,” and higher pay than women. So what resume boosts can women make to change this? Apply for the job considered to be just out of reach and your chances of getting it will improve.
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