Included in this post, I have chosen articles and resources to give you an overview of creating a resume, but first, a few brief points to consider.
Your resume is the first thing a hiring manager looks at. It’s the first step to get your foot through the door. Your resume has to stand out, be accurate, and specific enough for the position you’re applying for. Your resume shouldn’t be a memoir, it should be a summary of your qualifications and accomplishments.
The purpose of your resume is to get you a job interview, it doesn’t get you the job. So you want just the right amount of information, no more, no less.
Have a look at the resources I have selected that will help you write a resume that stands out and help you get the call in for an interview.
Be sure to spend some time on “Resume Writing Format” and “Resume Writing Examples.” Also, spend some time on the Videos included in this post.
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