So are you curious what the things you DONT want to include on your resume are?
Religious affiliations Your church or prayer group may have played a major role
in shaping who you are, but adding these to a resume makes hiring managers nervous –
unless, of course, you’re applying for a job in the religious space. Don’t run the risk
of having your resume dumped in the “Don’t interview” pile by including religious references.
Even if you know the political leanings of the person responsible for hiring, you
shouldn’t include yours on your resume.Political biases are best left outside the
office – unless you’re applying for a political job – and companies will appreciate
not seeing your favorite campaign bumper sticker plastered all over your resume.
Almost half of hiring managers look to see if your resume is customized for the open position,
so including information that supports your qualifications for that particular job works in your
favor.Before you submit your resume, ask yourself if highlighting your “Jelly of the Month Club”
membership will help sell you to a potential employer. Read the rest HERE