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reCareered - Resume Search Optimization and Job Search 2.0 for today's employment markets

Updated: 2018-03-19T14:07:14.223-05:00


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Phil Rosenberg

.doc vs .pdf - What Resume format do HR departments & recruiters prefer?


Here’s a common question ... and common mistake I see all the time. In which format should candidates send their resume - .doc or .pdf? I set up a poll on Linkedin Answers to see what HR professionals and recruiters think.

The answers might surprise you, especially considering that about 25% of the resumes I get are in .pdf. Learn why this is a bad idea ...

( Continued ... And The Survey Says ... )

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