Should I make my resume in Word?

Yes, you should make your resume in Word. Microsoft Word allows you to save your resume as a DOC or a PDF file, which are the most common resume file formats used to submit your application.

You can go to resume.recruitablehub.com to create your resume and download it instantly in Microsoft Word and PDF.

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