Haven’t updated their resume in a while? As recruiters, your resume is our first impression of you. It doesn’t have the be fancy, but you need to have the basics. It goes without saying that first we need to know where you have worked and your title. Don’t bury that information below a page of general qualifications or attributes, as it’s the first thing we look for. In the digital age, you will also want to be sure the detail on your resume is consistent with your LinkedIn profile. Any discrepancies will raise red flags regarding the accuracy of your information. Finally, if you work for a bank or credit union be sure to include the asset size of the organization. If you’re going to be searching for a new position, read more about the basics of a good resume in this article.

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