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As stated in RESUME RESCUE:  15 WORDS YOU SHOULD REPLACE ON YOUR RESUME via jobs.aol.com, employers don’t hire people who say they are reliable and trustworthy.  They hire people who can prove that they have experienced successes in the past that make them strong candidates for similar continued success in their organization.  Before you include a list of personal attributes on your resume, ask yourself, “Will these words really persuade an employer to interview me or are they just words?” Then do the hard work of actually creating a resume that includes the strong proof of success that will get you in the front door.

To read about the 15 words you should replace on your resume, click here.

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