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Eric Postow had already experienced a lot of professional success before beginning his career as business developer with Ruthi Postow Staffing. He is a former officer in the United States Marine Corps and held various leadership assignments including recruiting operations officer. He graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law and is licensed to practice law as an active member of the Virginia State Bar. Rather than accept a position in a law firm, he made the decision to join Ruthi Postow Staffing.
2. The first thing the HR manager does after opening your resume, is quickly run through a mental checklist of maybe three or four items to see if he or she wants to read your resume. The first two things on lists are format and grammar. If those are okay, they check education, tenure, and job titles to see if they match the role.
Answer: Both are the last things people see — and remember — about you.
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