Elizabeth Lowman is a proud word nerd, happy to silently correct your grammar as you speak. A life-long passion for language parlayed into a career in writing and editing on topics ranging from court reporting to natural ways to boost your immunity. When not busy feeding her addiction to pop culture, sushi and/or cupcakes, you can find her trying to be a good wife, daughter and friend.
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Final Cut: Words to Strike from Your Resume
It's been a great boon to me to be part of the Institute for International Public Policy network, for continued professional development, networking, and career advice and mentoring. As evidence of the knowledge-sharing and continued support they provide to alumni (and as to why you should encourage eligible students to apply for the 2012 fellowship), I share below an article that crossed the IIPP wire not too long ago, about how deleting words from your resume proves less is more. See and share below!