Overlooking what some may consider a small detail can mean the difference between getting a job and not getting a job. In many companies these days, there are at least two rounds of interviews for professional jobs, one with the manager you will be working for and one with Human Resources.
Employers rely on their recruiters to catch the little things that matter when reviewing resumes. In fact, recruiters are often the ones who streamline the number of resumes that get submitted to hiring managers to pick candidates for interviews. So, the tiny little details are actually of utmost importance because it’s what gets you in the door.
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