Your resume and your resume purpose are important tools that communicate all about you. If it does the job right, you’ll win an interview.
Your resume does not simply provide a prospective employer with your work history. It speaks out loud and clear that you have the credentials needed to be a complete success in this new position or career.
Your resume will attract attention immediately. The reader will want to pick it up and read it from top to bottom. His interest will be stimulated, and an interview will then be arranged.
Your resume should contain:
- Your contact information, i.e. name, address, phone, email address, website address.
- A well-defined job objective.
- A work history.
- Educational history.
Your resume should be written using professional grade printing and paper.
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