It is very important to develop an eye for spotting any potentially harmful information in your CV! One would think that the avoidance of counterproductive information in a CV is self-evident for any applicant. In fact, for many it is not.
When starting to work with new clients, I often notice that they have frequently expressed themselves into trouble in the past versions of their CVs without realizing it. So, there are good reasons to take a closer look at this problem and how to avoid it:
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