Does your resume stand out? If not, adding these elements will help tremendously.
If a potential employer sees that you have a track record of commitment and loyalty to one company, it makes your chances of landing that next career even stronger. Employees who bounce around from one job to the next are perceived as uneasy and unreliable. Why should they hire and train you if they feel you might leave?
Kelly Guan with Kin Community explains why a long history at one company is a big positive check mark on a candidate's resume, especially for startups and small companies searching for dedicated people.
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