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1. Writing an objective.
Pro: Those in favor of including an objective at the top of your resume say it tells the hiring manager what the candidate is looking for, which is most helpful if you're seeking an entry-level position. Placing someone with little-to-no work experience is a difficult task, because you can't tell where they would be most helpful and productive. This is where objectives can help.
Con: Those who are against the objective say the short statement could pigeon-hole you if you have a few years of experience, since your skills can lead to jobs you aren't even aware of.
2. The one-page resume.
Pro: Most recruiters will agree on a resume length of one page, especially since recruiters are only going to spend an average of six seconds scanning your resume. The longer your resume is, the more difficult it will be for recruiters to scan it.
Con: On the other hand, having a longer resume could be acceptable if it's "in-depth and warranted.These days if a resume is more than one page, it won’t matter as much as it once did given most are viewed on a computer where pages are less of an issue.
3. Revealing gaps in employment.
Pro:You should include these gaps on your resume because they will likely be revealed at some point during the interview process. The recruiters tell us the best way to do this is by including the reason for the gaps in brackets next to the dates of employment on your resume.
Con: If you were unemployed for a period of time and don't want to call attention to it, experts advise using only years instead of months when detailing dates of employment at specific companies. This will make it more difficult for hiring managers to detect gaps in your work history.
4. Eliminating experience older than 15 years.
Pro: You should leave out any experience older than 15 years because chances are it won't be relevant or interesting to the hiring manager.
Con: However, you should include more than 15 years of work experience if it's relevant because you don't want the hiring manager thinking that you misrepresented yourself when you finally do meet.
5. Including your hobbies.
Pro: Recruiters aren't completely sure whether it's a good idea to include hobbies or not, but you can include them if you tailor the skills you acquired while participating in the hobby to the job position you're applying for.
Con: Whatever you decide to include, don't let it take away from the core message of the resume, which is what have you done and what you can do for the employer.