What's wrong with your résumé, and how to fix it

06/13/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

A good résumé contains a clear story, starting with a "highlight reel" that notes your finest accomplishments or skills, Steve Walters writes. Then, throughout your résumé, showcase how you surpassed expectations, and finish with work samples that back up your claims, Walters writes.

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