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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To The Perfect Resume by Susan Ireland

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The Heading Section: Heading the Right Way

The Heading section of a resume appears at the top of the page, as highlighted in the template found later in the chapter. The heading includes your name and contact information.
 
You’ve been putting your name at the tops of papers since you learned how to write in first grade. It’s so automatic you probably just plop it there without thinking. Before you do that on your resume, read the tips on the following page on how to make your name and other contact information stand out.
◆ Your name and contact information should appear at the top of your resume, not at the bottom of the page. This information is traditionally placed at the top, and that’s where an employer will expect to find it.
◆ Consider ...

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