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Yes, as long as the nickname is sufficient to identify you as party to the contract, but generally a full legal name is better able to do this.
A resume is not a legal document, so it is acceptable to use your preferred name. Your legal name should be used for background checks, on social security documents, and on insurance forms. If you have taken steps to legally change your name, then you may use your new legal name for these purposes.
In short, you can use your chosen or preferred name throughout your job search, as long as you provide your legal name when it comes time for a background check. (If you don't provide current or prior legal names at that point, it can be seen as lying on the application, and grounds for firing.)
Putting a name that you go by other than your birth name on your resume is totally acceptable, so long as it's formatted correctly. Though you should include your legal name on your resume for official reasons, including the name you wish to be called is customary in the hiring process.
(Answer: Yes! Listening now.) Names do matter. A 2003 study showed that when job interviewers had nothing to go on except resumes, people with "white"-sounding names were 50 percent more likely to get interviews than people with names associated with African-Americans.
Is it OK to use first person in a resume? Yes, and you should talk about yourself in first person so you can share you preferred pronouns on your résumé and/or cover letter. While it's not a place to put all of your personal information, you can indeed share your preferred pronouns.
Usually, a nickname is placed directly after the official first name, and is surrounded by quotation marks, to distinguish it from the components of the real name.
Nicknames. When inserted in the middle of a person's actual name, a nickname should appear in quotation marks.
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