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Writing a Well-Written Summary on Your Resume Since the Summary is the first section that a hiring manager sees, you want it to make the most positive impression possible. I have a few comments that will help you make yours even better. The Summary should be made up of 3-5 sentences (written in one paragraph) that capture the best of what you have to offer an employer. Consider it your “elevator pitch,” or what you

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Sell Yourself When You Email a Hiring Manager Shine at the end of your initial email correspondence with a hiring manager! Shine! End the email with something that will put a smile on the hiring manager’s face. I’ve personally seen it done only a handful of times in my past. In comedy, it’s a call back. But think about it before standup where we’ve all come to know it. Think about how they do it

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