Your resume is the first thing that gets you noticed by potential employers. A good one gets you to the next step, an interview. A bad one, and you’re fast tracked to the no pile. We can help you avoid this fate. We know resumes – the good, the bad and the ugly – and we’ve shared our expertise in a number of ways, including through this blog.
Click here to quickly access posts on everything resume related or click on the individual posts through the links below. Whether you’re creating a resume for the first time, significantly revamping it after a long break, or ensuring that yours reflects the latest thinking and advice, we think you’ll find this information useful. And conveniently located in one place!
- 9 absolute DON’Ts for your resume
- 3 things job seekers can learn from Leonardo da Vinci’s resume
- How to optimize your resume for an Automatic Tracking System (ATS)
- This is the font to use for your resume
- Get rid of that objective section in your resume ASAP
- It’s critical to have a great summary section
- How to write the perfect work history section
- The rest of the resume – 15 tips on contact info, education, technical skills, and more
- No one cares about your cover letter, most of the time
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