Résumés are the first impressions that MBA job candidates make with potential employers. Since no one gets a second chance to make a first impression, they must be informative, interesting, and concise or risk landing in the black hole where job dreams go to die.
While the résumé offers only a snapshot of a candidate, it is usually the gateway to the rest of the application process. Without a good résumé, applicants will never get past the front door of a company. The good news is the simplest résumés are usually the winners, and it's not all that hard to get yours fit for employers. Just avoid the ten biggest résumé mistakes that follow.