Many well-meaning friends and family are all too happy to share advice about your job search that may or may not be beneficial to you. You can’t blame them, really. After all, they usually have your best interest at heart. When respected professionals share erroneous advice, however, that’s another matter entirely. Below are some examples of so-called “professional” advice that should be ignored more often than not.
1. Resumes should be kept to one page.
2. Resumes should be written in your voice.
3. Embellishing your skills is perfectly acceptable.
4. Write a blog to show off your expertise.
To read the full explanation behind this list, visit my latest post at Glassdoor: Ignore These 4 Job Search Tips.