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Agreed, the shortest resumes are often entry level employees. They have education and often some indication of work experience such as internships and perhaps electives and/or thesis topics or whatever that indicate specialization in certain areas.

Experienced employees these days often have a range of expertise and experience. Many develop resumes specific to the job opening. Emphasizing experience relevant to that position. The same skill set and experience gets weighed differently depending on the needs of the employer.

Experienced candidates often have the problem of too much to fit on a brief even 3-page resume. They adapt in various ways. Networking can help you target your resume--if you know the company and their interests.
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