Learning the craft of writing effective resumes can be a job-seeker’s most important tool. A resume often introduces a job applicant to a potential employer.
Whether you’re a recent graduate looking for an entry-level position or an experienced professional planning a career change, a resume is often the first step in a successful job search.
A well-written resume is in effect a win-win-win situation. You make a great first impression, you gain confidence and you get interviews.
Resume writing takes effort, but it is a skill well worth learning.
I recently ended a 23-year career in journalism. It was time for a new adventure. About then I spotted an advertisement for something called “Guerrilla Resumes.” I knew I needed some help with my resume, so I got the program.
It improved my resume, and I felt better about my skills and abilities. Writing an effective resume gave me confidence and helped clarify my future.
Now I help people discover how to get the job of their dreams. Having a well-written resume is a strong step in that direction.
P.S. Be sure to read my other articles about resumes and job hunting.