Resume Writing

A good resume is one which is a powerful, strong and concise.

An effective resume can show the potential employer that you understand the needs of their business and are qualified for the position desired.

Some key elements on a resume should include one or more of the following:

  • Developing a compelling objective statement
  • Examples of resume objectives
  • How to write a resume that gets interviews
  • Features vs. Benefits
  • Sizzle vs. Steak
  • Background checks
  • Editing and feedback
  • Worst boilerplate phrases
  • Adding a human voice to your resume
  • Keywords and being noticed
  • Personal branding
  • Specific achievements
  • Words every resume should include
  • Terms that weaken your resume

Contact us for our comprehensive Guide to Successful Resume Writing.






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