July 10, 2020
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⟶ Updated 13 Nov 2017 ⟶
List of edits
1482- Leonardo De Vinci writes the first professional Resume.
1500- A traveling lord in England offers a written letter of the introduction to acquaintances and called it the resume.
1930-The resumes were just formalities, most wrote them on scraps of paper over some with some other employers.
1940- Resumes can be like Facebook profiles, they can include weight, age, height, marital, status and religion.
1950-The resumes are now no longer just formalities, they are now expected.
1960-resume is now starting to include outside interests like sports and clubs.
1970- Digital Typesetting, and word processers can make the resumes more professional and salesy.
1980- First VHS portfolios are starting to be recorded and quite possibly used. with books on the resume and career counseling boom.
1985- the online checking background begins.
1986- the microscopics are realeased to a RTF universal doc.
1987-Enter , the fax machines, the new, cool way to send resumes.
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