- Career Field
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- Washington, DC
- George Washington University
Leximo, nice work with your resume. A few key comments you should consider. 1) for someone with your educational level, I would consider having a one page resume. Two pages is appropriate for certain situations, but as a former recruiter, I can tell you that some organizations will not even look at two page resumes for young graduates or soon to be graduates. 2) The summary information takes up too much space. Your resume is a summary, therefore, it should neatly fit on one page with the following sections in the following order: "Education", "Work Experience", "Leadership/Other"and "Skills". Once you've been in the workforce 1-2 years, you'll want to move "Education" below "Work experience". Further, because of your comp sci background, you'll want a nice large section at the bottom for skills (including language and computer, etc.). 3) On formatting, it looks pretty good, but try to have only one level of bulleting--no check marks or extra indentation. 4) Similarly, on formatting, keep it consistent. Currently, some sections use bullets others do not. Overall, good content here, just needs to be shortened to one page and some improvements on the format.