Formatting Your Resume

A resume is a written document that a job applicant creates to outline their qualifications for a position. This document is your introduction to a prospective employer, formally informing them of your interest in working for the company. Usually, the submission of a...

How to Be a Better Proofreader

In so many of my advice articles, I have referenced the need to have error-free documents. Whether it is your Cover Letter, your Resume, or some other correspondence, your submission should be free of spelling and grammatical errors. Being 100% correct may not provide...

Writing Your Post-College Resume

Recent college graduates have a particular challenge in constructing their Resume since they typically have limited experience. In light of this challenge, lets this week, provide some tips on how to write a winning College Resume. • Don’t feel obligated to produce a...

Writing That First Resume

Whether you are a recent graduate, starting your first job search in a long time due to layoff, or just a person who has never done a resume, writing a first resume can be very important in your job search. Writing your first resume can seem like an impossible...

Writing a Human Services Resume

While most Human Service positions are still driven off of a company application, it has now become standard practice to send (or have available) a Cover Letter and Resume. For many Human Services Professionals, that reality generates a feeling of “how do I get...

Write Your Resume in Plain Language

We all know that your Resume is one of the most important documents you will ever write. Unless you write for a living, your Resume competes against documents such as those written for school or for your employer as the most important. In those situations, however,...

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