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I sent a potential employer my resume. Now, a week later I have an interview with this employer. During one week period I've updated my resume, should I bring the resume I originally sent or updated one to the interview?

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I suppose the answer is, "it depends" (on what is different between the two), but generally speaking, I would send it ahead of time, and also bring some extra copies to the interview.

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