So You Made a Typo on Your Resume. Now What?

It's one of the first items on any list of resume tips: Whatever you do, don't make any typos or spelling mistakes. If you do, the experts usually suggest, your prospective employer will read your CV aloud in a Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel voice before throwing it into the bin while the HR department jeers and applauds. But what if, despite your best efforts, you do make a mistake? Should you resend a corrected resume? Should you grovel and apologize? Or should you just pretend it never happened?

Should You Update Your Resume?

When’s the last time you revised your resume? Many people don’t even think about their resumes, much less updating them, unless they’re actively looking for a job. But, this could be a big mistake. Do you know that some experts …

5 Ways to Spring-Clean Your Resume

If you’ve been applying to jobs and not getting much response, your resume might be to blame. It’s easy to fall into the habit of adding on, but not subtracting outdated material. That failure to prune might be obscuring some …