No. Recruiters and hiring managers do not want to read three pages of information.
It's understandable to want to share everything you've done in your career - to acknowledge all of your hard work. You can still share your greatest career achievements in two pages or less.
Make your resume as concise and impactful as possible. The key is to remember that your resume should be written for the reader, not yourself. Give the reader what they want - share what's in it for them if they hire you.
On our NetKi Enterprises YouTube page, there is a video titled "How to Write a Fantastic Accomplishment Statement! that provides more insight on how to write accomplishment statements. We also have a career resource that will also make the process easier. You can find it below.
I hope this helps!
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