resume. Sunday , May 14th , 2017 - 06:37:25 AM
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The confusion comes with the fact that, as a general rule, the subject is understood in a resume, but the pronouns are not included. So, for example, when speaking about a current job, instead of saying, I oversee all office operations, I control a $100,000 inventory, and I balance the books for four major accounts, a resume usually reads, Oversee all office operations, control a $100,000 inventory, and balance the books for four major accounts. In resume-ese, the I is understood, but not stated, in order to give the document a more objective and professional tone.
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