The Digital Resume Tool You (and Recruiters) Will Love

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The problem with resumes is that it’s next to impossible to represent yourself on one sheet of paper.

In the midst of job-hunting at various points over the past six years, I’ve often felt frustrated with the limitation of translating my whole self as a candidate via a 12-point-font, one-page document. A cover letter affords additional opportunity to communicate individuality, but the resume is really the main tool recruiters use to understand your experience and assess fit for the job.

Enter: Sumry, a new dynamic resume-building service that helps you tell your entire story—and stand out from the pack.

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