Case for one Page Resume & Tips for making one


Copies of your resume will be shared across multiple managers in the hiring process or be sent as an attachment on email. In physical sharing of copies, a one-page works better for the hiring managers than having to staple or keep multiple pages together. For an e-mail attachment, readers prefer to absorb information from the first page itself than having to scroll down. Simply put, a one-page resume increases your chances of getting through the first stage.