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  • 40% of hiring managers spend less than 60 seconds reviewing each resume they receive, and if you think that's bad, 25% spend less than 30 seconds.

  • 75% of human resources managers have caught a lie on a resume.

  • An unprofessional email address is a major problem for 35% of employers.

  • 77% of hiring managers immediately disqualify resumes because of grammatical mistakes or typos.

  • A resume that's longer than two pages is a deal-breaker for 17% of hiring managers.

Job seekers, do we have your attention? Our community never fails when it comes to providing professional development solutions and we've recently partnered with Natalie Raby, Senior Talent Acquisition expert on the importance of developing a winning resume. Natalie provides us with some perspectives on what employers and recruiters are looking for in a resume.

An employer's number one goal is to find a well-qualified candidate. How can you show that you are qualified, and the best possible person for the job? Employers are looking to see if you can put together a presentable document. This is true for all jobs, but particularly positions where communications and presentation matter. - Natalie Raby

Connect with Natalie on LinkedIn.

Keep scrolling for more content and Natalie's video on resume building.

Want more details? Check out Resume Building with Natalie Raby!

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