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Writing your own Resume. What works and what doesn’t

Writing your own Resume. What works and what doesn’t

You sit down in front of your computer feeling optimistic. You’re about to take your first sip from the freshly brewed cup of coffee wrapped in your hands.

“Today is the day,” you think to yourself.

As you take that first sip, the latest version of your resume opens up on your desktop and you realize, today is going to be a long day.

People tend to pin their hopes and dreams on their resume, but in many cases don’t realize just how little they invest in this critical document.

Resumes are more complex than most people believe and as a result, people underestimate their importance until it’s too late.

A resume is used to conduct the first screening of candidates for open jobs. For that reason alone, they remain as relevant as ever.

Is your resume costing you job opportunities?

Today’s video shares tips to help get your resume quickly up to speed.

Your resume has the potential to help you land a job with an annual salary. Consider the rate of return you’re anticipating from it and invest accordingly.

Related Categories: Resumes & ATS

About The Author
Maureen McCann is an award-winning career coach, master resume writer, and master certified interview, employment, and career strategist whose clients include C-level executives, managers, and professionals in all industries including the Canadian banking, oil and gas, healthcare, IT, and government sectors.

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