Avoid Copyright Infringement On Your Resume

You see a beautifully written, branded resume – or maybe a LinkedIn profile – of a job seeker with similar qualifications to yours, seeking the kind of job you want. It sounds a lot like you, and you don’t have a lot of time, so you see no reason why you shouldn’t use some of that good writing in your own resume or LinkedIn profile. Beware: This is a form of stealing known as copyright infringement. Meg Guiseppi Meg Guiseppi, a Personal Branding Expert and 20-year career industry veteran, holds 7 certifications, including Reach Certified Personal Branding Strategist, Reach Certified Online Identity Strategist, and Master Resume Writer. Meg is the author of the ebook, 23 Ways You Sabotage Your Executive Job Search and How Your Brand Will Help You Land . Connect with Meg at  Executive Career Brand , on LinkedIn ( LinkedIn.com/in/megguisepp i), and on Twitter ( @megguiseppi ).  Homepage Gallery Pager item text:  Original Resume Slide text:  Copying a resume with experience similar to a job you want might seem like a good idea, but it will hurt you in the long run. Image:  resume-headline-071715.png

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Avoid Copyright Infringement On Your Resume

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