A person's experience is never so broad that two pages are necessary. The only case where two pages are needed, are when you are citing published works.
No employer will ever look at the second page. One may flip the page and look at it for a second, but they will go back to the first page. Keep in mind, the average resume is examined for 40 seconds. You want the hard hitting information to stand out. Cut out the weakest information from your resume, because you don't want your hum-drum activities to come across as equally important.
People coming out of college make this mistake often. They find five different ways of expressing their GPA. They write down hobbies. They write down the summer jobs they had when they were in highschool. These are all resume suicide.
Basically, if you have a two page resume, do not bother applying to the job.
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