Recruiters get hundreds of resumes for each open job position and that is why they can't dedicate enough time to thoroughly review long applications. They search for the best candidates by quickly scanning resumes for keywords and key phrases associated with a particular job position.
Recruiters tend to prefer a targeted resume, which is short and to the point because it's easier and faster to see the bigger picture about the candidate.
A one-page resume is a preferred format because it's more convenient and gets more reads.
Focus on writing short and targeted statements instead of an extended list of every job duty you have ever had. Put your basic and most relevant information on a single, focused page with your best accomplishments and targeted skills strategically located in the first half of a resume.
Employers don't want to know all of your previous duties and responsibilities. They simply search for a person who can solve specific business problems. That's why you should better focus on a content quality instead of quantity.
TIP: Put all your career accomplishments on a draft (you can use CV as a draft). Make it descriptive and comprehensive. This extended document will be the source of your resume content and will help you to write a single-page resume targeted for a particular job position.