You may have heard the general advice to keep your resume to one page, but times have changed. The focus should not be on how long the resume is, but on its content.
Consider that most of today’s employers are using Applicant Tracking Systems to read and rank resumes. Now 85-90% of companies and job boards are using Applicant Tracking Systems, up from 35% just a few years ago. The software doesn’t notice whether your resume is one page or three pages long. All it cares about are matches it can make with search terms provided by the employer.Details