One last thing: Never put " References available on request " at the end of your resume; it's an outdated practice, it wastes space, and it goes without saying that you'll give them references if they ask!
Remember, every piece of information you choose to include in your resume, and the way you present it, will contribute either positively or negatively to the overall impression you make on the recruiter or hiring manager. By avoiding these common errors, you can earn high marks with employers and increase your chance of getting an " interview-worthy " grade on your resume.
#4. A San Franciscan Guide to Living in Oakland
KQED Pop put up a blog post on how San Franciscans could survive living in Oakland. The author’s suggestion – avoid almost three-quarters of the whole city on general principle. In light of the sheer ridiculousness of some portions of the post, it garnered almost 200 comments from angry Oakland residents. The reactions continued to escalate and finally when KQED was dragged into controversy, it entered into damage control mode and ordered the offensive parts to be removed. This was not enough to appease the angry protestors and finally the whole blog post was terminated .