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What does your resume say about you? Go ahead. Take a quick peek.
Would you give yourself a first impression rose or send yourself off to obscurity in a sleek limo with a box of tissues and an intrusive cameraman?
If the stretch wins out, then it might be helpful to analyze why so you can move forward with the necessary revisions, land a gig on Dancing with the Stars, make millions and live happily ever after or at least until the next big thing happens in your life. Continue reading