How to Properly Include Acronyms & Volunteer Work in Your SES Resume

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When it comes to writing an SES resume, you need to be extra careful what experiences you include and how you convey them to your audience, the agency. Unfortunately, nobody is 100% objective and, whether it's acronyms you use on the daily within your department or if you are wondering what volunteer work might help your resume sound more professional, taking care to elaborate OR condense where needed is absolutely critical.

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