Then, do a quick check over all of your social media profiles that there is consistent messaging and appropriate content.
If that’s not the case, and you don’t have time to censor anything, make sure your privacy settings are correctly set up.
Or, it might be that the overall order and flow makes sense, but now you have one too many positions to fit on a page.
Because, the last time you even thought about your resume was before you got your recent job or started your side gig, and it’s out of date. Think about your current job, as well as related extracurriculars—such as a blog, side gig, or volunteer work.
Well, it’s time to open that old document, save it under a new name, and get typing. A good starting point is to remember how you were just pitching yourself to person you impressed.
Instead, think about what you do each day through a few different lenses.
Are there things people wouldn’t know from your job title?
Don’t forget to quantify as many bullet points as possible.