Overcoming Long-term Employment on Your Resume

Working for one employer for years use to be a hallmark of an outstanding employee. Times have changed. Potential employers may view your long history at one job as a reflection you are set in your ways or unwilling to accept change. The task of job searching after working in one place for several years is daunting enough without considering how you will be perceived. There are ways in which you can frame yourself in your resume to cause the employer to overlook any pitfalls from long-term employment. Check out the linked article that offers sound advice for highlighting your time and showing the potential employer the advantages you can bring to the table.


Don’t be afraid to express your achievements, the potential employer has no way of reading your mind or seeing in to the past and identifying them for you.

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