3 Things You Should Stop Including On Your Resume

If you're looking for a job, you're likely updating your resume. And, while it's tedious, it's super important. So, did you know you actually shouldn't include some common info like your address?

Ryan Seacrest shared on-air your resume is your first impression and recruiters look at each resume for an average of 7 seconds so you need to get to the point.

That said, experts suggest NOT including these:

YOUR MAILING ADDRESS: All they need is your number and your e-mail

IRRELEVANT EMPLOYMENT HISTORY: You think it’s impressive to have so much work experience, but it's just taking up space

“REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST": If they want them, they will ask for them.

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