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What are some of the common errors in resumes that can adversely affect a hiring manager’s decision, and how would you use the Word tools and features to address those issues
In passing a resume, all of the details should be true. Resumes are being checked thoroughly by the company. Proper indention and capitalization are also important. Also, it should be written in an organized way.
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