Many of my clients send me resumes they’ve written themselves for our initial consultation. They frequently say they had an extremely hard time knowing what to include and what to leave out.
But their most urgent question is almost always, “How many pages is an executive resume these days?”
I explain that the key to creating a resume that does its job — compelling your target employers to want to talk to you — is to position yourself as the best fit candidate for the company and their needs.
Formatting and length of the resume are driven by the targeted content and who will be reading it.
Among the many considerations impacting resume length — how you’re using the document. Who will be reading it and what are their requirements?
Get all the skinny in my post at Executive Career Brand, C-level Executive Resume Length: One, Two, or Three Pages?
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