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Resume Security

Your resume should contain detailed information about your experience, but it shouldn’t provide all your personal information. The items below are examples of information you should not share with potential employers on your resume:


  • National identification number
  • Driver's license number
  • Bank account information
  • Credit card information
  • Passwords
  • Date of birth


Your resume is one of the most powerful tools to help an employer get to know you. When posting online, use your resume as a tool to help the employer understand how you meet their business needs. Do not allow your resume to be a tool for fraudulent employers to use your information against you.