• This is the main way men's and women's resumes are different

    7 monthes ago - By Fast Company

    A study of 200,000 resumes shows that women highlighted their facility to organize and assist, create and communicate while men focused on specific skills like technical and investment.
    Recent research by the University College London and recruiting platform Oleeo, suggests that women's resumes aren't using the language necessary to attract recruiters' attention.
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