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Separate Your Resume With The Shitty Ones
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When it comes to job hunting, your resume can make or break your chances ... very quickly.

http://money.cnn.com/2014/11/02/pf/resume-red-flags/
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Three-quarters of human resource professionals said it takes them less than five minutes to review a resume before deciding whether a job applicant makes it to the next round, according to a recent survey from the Society for Human Resource Management.
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#3
And that may be generous.
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#4
Five minutes sounded like an eternity to some of the recruiting managers who spoke to CNNMoney.
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"I thought it would be a lot less. [Often] an initial screen takes 30 seconds," said Doug Arms, a vice president at staffing firm Kelly Services.
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#6
So, basically, think Tinder for talent.
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Hiring managers and recruiters say there are telltale signs that help them weed out candidates at first glance. These are the resumes that can make an applicant seem, among other things, careless, immature or just not worth pursuing relative to the competition.
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And here's the thing: Anyone, regardless of education or experience, can fall into these traps.
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"I see it at every level for every type of job I've ever hired for," said Alison Green, an HR consultant in the Washington, D.C., area who runs AskAManager.org.
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Here are seven of the biggest resume killers that hiring pros say they see all the time:
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