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Write Your Way to a Better Resume Training Series Plus Customizable Resume Templates!

Resume Training and Customizable Templates Did you know hiring managers typically spend less than 60 seconds skimming a resume? Did you know that many companies are now using computerized scanning systems to sort through resumes? In this one-of-a-kind, step-by-step resume training, created exclusively by certified resume writer, Amy Schofield, you will be guided through a […]

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Not Getting Interviews? Re-Examine Your Resume

Not Getting Interviews? Re-Examine Your Resume A professionally written resume is ideally suited for one particular job target. This may be a specific job title (“administrative assistant”) or several jobs that are similarly suited — for example, senior accountant/finance manager/chief financial officer. If you’re not getting calls for interviews, your resume may be the issue. […]

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Top Resume Tips: Overall Formatting of Your Resume

Research shows that hiring managers typically spend less than one minute skimming over a resume and many companies are utilizing computerized applicant tracking systems these days to scan resumes before they even make it to a set of human eyes. Does your resume highlight your skills and accomplishments, demonstrate if you are a good fit […]

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Top Resume Tips: Accomplishment Statements

Research shows that hiring managers typically spend less than one minute skimming over a resume and many companies are utilizing computerized applicant tracking systems these days to scan resumes before they even make it to a set of human eyes. Does your resume highlight your skills and accomplishments, demonstrate if you are a good fit […]

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Top Resume Tips: Professional Summaries

Professional Summaries: Research shows that hiring managers typically spend less than one minute skimming over a resume and many companies are utilizing computerized applicant tracking systems these days to scan resumes before they even make it to a set of human eyes. Does your resume highlight your skills and accomplishments, demonstrate if you are a […]

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Why You Need a Resume

Why You Need a Resume:  The most obvious reason why you might need a resume is when you’re looking for a job. But there are many other reasons why you might want to put together a resume now, even if you’re not actively seeking new employment: You may need a resume if your employment situation […]

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Military Transition: 10 Steps for Transitioning to a Civilian Career

Military Transition: 10 Steps for Transitioning to a Civilian Career Enroll in the Transition GPS Class (formerly known as TAP class): Transition GPS includes a five-day workshop with additional days of training available. Part of the class is spent on job search strategies, including resume writing and interview preparation. You can also fill out a survey to […]

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Working With a Certified Resume Writer

  When you make the decision to work with a certified resume writer, you’re not only investing your time and money, but you’re also entrusting the writer to articulate your personal brand and shape how you’ll position yourself in your job search. Listed below are several tips to help ensure you have a successful collaboration […]

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