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Resume McKinsey Implementation - Is the one page limit for resume applicable even for an experienced hire

Anonymous A asked on Apr 05, 2019
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Riccardo replied on Apr 05, 2019
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It is advisable that you keep it within one page. Few quick tips to keep in mind:

- Don't go too back in time (e.g. >10 yrs
- Focus on the key achievements, not description of the roles
- Be sure to includes examples of what recruiter look for in MBB (e.g. leadership, problem solving, teamwork)
- Try to quantify results whenever possible


Serhat replied on Apr 22, 2019
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1 page is the industry standard. You need a strong reason to make it more than 1.

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