Exec founder Justin Kan dishes on what startups look for in a resume and perhaps more importantly what you should leave off.
In your resume you need to 1) demonstrate that you are exceptional at the thing you do, and 2) not be disqualified by seeming crazy or imbalanced.
A simple rule: if something on your resume isn’t achieving one of the aforementioned two things, leave it off.
Creative New Ways To Land Your Dream Job
Job hunting isn’t all about savvy use of LinkedIn. As Dawn Siff’s 6-second Vine hustle recently proved, creativity wins in a crowded marketplace.
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Meet Sasha Senderoff, who feels the intern hiring process is broken, particularly in creative industries like film, TV, music, and fashion. Step one: ditch the paper resume.
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