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The role of the resume has remained constant throughout its 500 years of existence — the point of the resume is to get an interview, in hopes of finally landing a job. Relative to other forms of communication, though, it hasn't changed all that much. In fact, most of the changes have been merely cosmetic — most employers still require a one-sheet, black-and-white printed resume at interviews, regardless of the fact that we all use email and have had access to much better design options for years now. Not to mention, printing is unnecessary in the digital world we live in.
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