A resume with the word “interior” in it has seen a surge in searches in the past few months.
A website called CareerAdvisor.com reported Wednesday that the resume has increased in popularity since being featured in the February edition of the publication’s top-seller list.
The website reported the number of searches for the resume rose by 2,500% in the first five days of March.
That was the first time in nearly two years the resume had increased in search traffic.
The resume has also been the subject of some criticism, with some calling it too long and repetitive.
Many resume authors are trying to appeal to those with more time on their hands by posting short, one-sentence resume descriptions that can be used in job interviews or resumes.
CareerAdvisors is one of several resume websites that offer short resumes, but only if the resume includes the word interior design.
The resume must be written in a single paragraph, and be at least 50% shorter than the title of the resume.
A resume posted on the CareerAdvocacy website, which has seen more than 7,000 resumes in the last few months, has seen the word Interior Design, Interior Designer and Interior Designer, the company’s website states.
The word “Interior” does not appear anywhere on the resume except for an “i” or a capital “i.”
The word “Into the future” is not included on the website.
In the past, CareerAdvisory.com has provided free resumes to anyone interested in the interior design industry.
The company offers an online resume submission service, which offers a more professional look at the job market.
A spokesperson for CareerAdvista.com said that it’s a simple and common mistake to include the word in a resume.
The spokesperson said that the company is working to change this in the future.
The spokesperson said the website has not received any complaints from prospective employers about the resume in the three months since the resume was featured.
The website has a variety of interior design products and services, including a catalog of materials.