Andrei Kurtuy is the co-founder of online resume startup Novorésumé is on a mission to end the multiple-page resume.
His advice for job seekers is that "less is more." To prove his point, he's created sample resumes for various famous people with long and illustrious careers. If a one-page resume can be done for these folks, it can be done for you, too.
For instance, Novorésumé did a tongue-and-cheek one-page resume for entrepreneur extraordinaire Elon Musk.
It's now done the same for presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
If you look carefully, they slipped in a few zingers with these resumes that you would not want to emulate on your own.
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For instance, under Trump's skills, Novorésumé lists "storytelling" and "deflection."
Clinton's resume was sent to us before she clinched the nomination, so it doens't mention her history-making achievement of being the first woman to land the presidential nomination of a major political party.
It does include this zinger line: "Oversaw damage control in response to WikiLeaks revelations of State Department cables." Unless you are applying for a job as a public relations specialist, you might not want to point out a time when you had to perform damage control for a leadership role you were in.
Still, these resumes offer a two-column design that show you never, ever, have to use more than one page.
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