Can Tweeting Help You Write a Better Resume?

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According to employment experts at My Job Group, a network of regional job sites in the United Kingdom, résumés written by job seekers who are actively involved on Twitter were better written and more likely to land on an employer's short list. After analyzing 500 resumes, they found that résumés from "non-tweeters" tended to use the same hackneyed opening phrases and exhibited multiple redundancies throughout the document. Whereas tweeters appeared to use a more expressive and abridged style of writing and got to the point faster.