Many recent grads struggle to find a job after graduation because their resumes focus on their degree and not on what sets them apart from other applicants, personal branding expert Samantha Nolan writes. She recommends applicants include information about internships, related course projects and extracurricular activities to paint a clearer picture of what they can bring to the position.
Highlight skills on your resume, not your degree
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