The Resume of the Future Will Tell Employers Who You Are, and Not Just What You’ve Done

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According to Oliver Staley (photo, left), "Resumes are a poor proxy for a human being."

"Whether on paper or LinkedIn, they may tell an employer about a job seeker’s experience and credentials, but they’re frustratingly silent about almost everything else. They have virtually nothing to say about a candidate’s personality, or their character, or their ability to persuade and communicate—all soft skills that employers consider essential ingredients for success."