The front page is the most important of your resume. It is here where you will most likely create your first impression to a potential employer and thus the information you present is critical.
Like a homepage, your front page needs to impress the reader so they continue to read on. It should showcase your most relevant and impressive career milestones. Lose your future employer here, and you face an up-hill battle to secure an interview.
Present your information in a format that is not overwhelming at first glance and instead draws the reader in, encouraging them to read more and impressing them from the very beginning and continuing to do so through to an interview.
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“The details are not the details. They make the design.”
– Charles Eames