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# resume - include a summary?

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02 Oct 2006, 15:58
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02 Oct 2006, 20:47
citalfo wrote:
What do you guys think about adding a summary at the top of your application resume? (EG. "X-year veteran of the X industry who aims to do x.")

I have never included this, and don't like it when people use it in applications to my company, but I am not sure what the adcoms prefer.

Whats the point? They'll look at your resume in more detail anyway to find out what you've done. It's not like weeding through 200 resumes to find the 10 you want to interview. And your essays will draw out what you want to do far better than a single sentence can.

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