Three Powerful Reasons to Include Physical Exercise on Your Resume

Posted on August 13, 2012

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If you are a runner, swimmer, cyclist or engaged in any regular form of physical exercise, should you include it on your resume?

It has long been debated if hobbies should be included on resumes. There is support for including hobbies. A hobby may help the applicant connect with the hiring manager, project a well-rounded personality or add a personal touch to an otherwise formal document. The key word here, however, is “may.” Opponents suggest that unless the hobby is related to the job it should not be included.  They instruct you not to include hobbies as they are often irrelevant to the job, may make the resume too long and distract from the resume’s main focus.

There is something different, however, about physical activity and exercise. Promoting personal exercise habits on your resume often provides a unique advantage over other hobbies and interests. There are 3 powerful reasons why including your exercise regiment on your resume can be a good move: (This post has been moved to RavingWellness.com Read More)

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