Resume & Interview

Resumes: An Introduction

A resume, no matter how good, will not get you a job by itself. However, a good resume will attract the attention of the hiring manager and secure a job interview. The purpose of a resume is to disclose your accomplishments and qualifications to a potential employer. If the employer likes what she sees, she will contact you for a face to face meeting.

Think of your resume as a promotional brochure about you. You need to show a potential employer what you have accomplished and where your experience lies. Your strategy should be to emphasize the experience and skills that a particular employer is looking for.
Your resume is also an example of your communication and organizational skills. A well done resume is itself another reminder of what kind of valuable employee you would be. Likewise, a sloppily produced resume is a terrific way to get yourself taken out of the running before it even starts.

There is a lot of information available on resumes and resume writing--some of it contradictory, but most of it useful. Our advice is to find a good book on resumes and learn the fundamentals of resume writing. Try to stay with the most current material you can; resume advice follows trends. The Internet is home to plenty of free advice and information, but in most cases that information will be less detailed than a good resume guide.


Resumes: An Introduction

Resume Formats 

Resume Writing Tips 

Electronic Resumes 

Cover Letter Content 

Formatting Cover Letters 

Cover Letter Writing Tips 

How to Prepare for a Job Interview 

Job Interview Types 

Making a Good Impression on Job Interviews 

Common Job Interview Questions 

Questions to Ask During a Job Interview 




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