Here's How Many Bullet Points Your Resume Should Have | Tips for Writing the Perfect Job Bullet



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For today’s video, I’m breaking down how many bullet points you should have for each job listed on your resume and providing you with some expert tips on how to write the perfect bullet point. Let’s get right into it!

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The job history or work experience section is the most important part of your resume, yet it's the section where people make the most mistakes that can cause rejection.

Some of these mistakes include the following:

- Listing too many bullet points
- Not listing enough bullet points
- Listing bullet points that lack clarity and detail

There are a few reasons why this happens, which I discuss in the video.

Not having the right number of bullet points, or having the wrong information highlighted in a bullet point can work against you in many ways.

- Recruiters may be confused about what you do
- There may not be enough context
- Your value may be missing

Watch to learn and discover the answer to the common question "How many bullet points should I have on my resume" and learn the following:

- How to choose what stays vs. what goes
- Do's and don'ts of writing your job description
- How to make sure each bullet point has a purpose.

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