You’ve been there. You’re up late one night trolling job boards and in between travel ads the perfect job opportunity appears. You hear the heavenly hosts cheering you on and rush to update your resume.
But before you add your latest and greatest skills and accomplishments, your brain interrupts with the job seeker debate: Should your resume be one page or two?
The answer, dear job seeker, is—it’s all subjective. Google this topic and you’ll get 100 different sources with 400 different pieces of advice. The truth is, we’ve been conditioned by the old-school tradition of the one=page resume. But the current digital age (where resumes aren’t always submitted on paper anyway!) has blazed a trail of new opinions.
That said, there are a few good rules of thumb to consider when deciding if a +1 should accompany your resume…