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  Feared  |  9

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  xStaciexLynnx  |  15

42- Your definitions were so far from being correct. You can enjoy something you're skilled at and you can be great at a hobby... Also, it was a resume not a Facebook profile. There is no 'about me' section.

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  Jaxx66  |  21

42- That is entirely untrue. You can have a hobby you enjoy and win some sort of contest at it because you are very good at what you like doing. And I don't see any reason why you can't enjoy a skill you use at the workplace. Also, the whole resume is an 'About Me' section. Your skills, training, previous jobs and reasons why you quit or were terminated.

By  Danny942  |  1

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  Blackyx3  |  7

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  TheDrifter  |  23

It could be a valuable skill for assembly line jobs. Toned arms and dedication to repetitive actions. It's all in finding the right hr person to explain it to.

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  wisese  |  0

This person is making so many job-seeking errors. You aren't supposed to use a one-size-fits-all resume. Tailor your resume for every job you apply for. And ALWAYS review it before sending out. Common sense isn't that hard. This is SUCH a huge ydi.

By  abbybailey204  |  19

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By  stevenJB  |  22

After every hand-in look back over it and look for honest potential improvements or modification. I dont like it when people don't make sure everything is in order

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