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Former recruitment agency experts answer employment questions, candidly suggesting how to negotiate your salary, find a really good job, handle phone interviews, and more.

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Writing a winning resume

A resume's purpose is to market your skills and achievements and get you an interview. It must make it easy for the reader to skim through and pick out key points and differentiate you from other candidates.

Writing a good resume is not impossible, it merely needs effort and planning.

* Step One to writing a winning resume: Target your resume to the specific opportunity

* Step Two to writing a winning resume: Include all the required basic info (Contact information: full name, phone number, address, and e-mail. Education: school, degree, date of completion, honors, and special course work. Experience: Work history, internships, and significant volunteer work. Skills: computer skills, etc.).

* Step Three to writing a winning resume: Make important info stand out. Use strong action word and use appropriate formatting techniques to highlight key info (i.e. capitalization, bolding, italics, or underlining).

Of course, if you do need professional help, our resume writers are available to provide expert, personalized guidance.

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