By Daniel Olivan on February 2, 2017
It's hard to have nothing to write in your resume, but the opposite isn't any easier. During the initial screening, recruiters spend only seconds to decide whether you're worth the next step — and that means you have to keep your resume short and sweet. You don't have to shortchange yourself to come up with a compact yet concise resume, though. All you need to is trim some of the unnecessary (and outdated) fat.