One of the key rules for an effective resume is to keep it as short as possible, so you need to scrap all extraneous information. One obvious candidate? Don’t include lists hobbies or recreational activities.
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In a roundup of details that shouldn’t be added to a resume, Business Insider handily sums up why no-one needs to know you’re into wine tasting or travel:
Nobody cares. If it’s not relevant to the job you’re applying for, then it’s a waste of space and a waste of the company’s time.
Hit the link for more suggestions on stuff that you shouldn’t include on your resume, and don’t miss our guide to the top 10 ways to rock your resume.
17 things you should never put on your résumé [Business Insider]