• S
  • Groveland, USA
  • 8 months ago

Resume Tips

Any tips for writing a good resume?
  • M
  • Pueblo, United States
  • a month ago

Check out the blog Ask A Manager, she has so much great info about resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and anything else you can think of.

  • M
  • Pueblo, United States
  • a month ago

One of the most important things I learned was rather than listing all your job duties at previous jobs, instead list your accomplishments at that job.

  • E
  • Little Rock, United States
  • 2 months ago

If you or anyone need resume help I have a skeleton of a resume I would be glad to send

  • S
  • College Park, United States
  • 3 months ago

I’m actually a recruiter for my company, happy to take a look at your resume and offer suggestions if you are comfortable!

  • L
  • Lakeland, United States
  • 7 months ago

If it doesn’t apply to the job for which you are applying for, don’t add it

  • A
  • Fairfax, United States
  • 8 months ago

... if you are mid-career/more experienced, it can be longer than 1 page. Don't be redundant, check your grammar & make sure it's consistent, & keep your formatting simple. Keep your name/address as your header for all page(s) in case they lose one if they've printed it out. Education does not need to be first, especially if it's not relevant to the job you're applying to unless they've specifically asked for some sort of degree. Good luck!!

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