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Tory Johnson wormenforhire.com Has Good Resume Writing Advice

22 July 2009 Written by: Jorge Lazaro Diaz 3 Comments
Tory Johnson wormenforhire.com Has Good Resume Writing Advice

I ran into Tory Johnson’s womenforhire.com website site while surfing around the net and found some really good info. In it I found a really good resume writing section. This section includes the basics, but also contains information covering resume writing and other job hunt topics in detail.

You can use it to learn how to write a resumes, something that might be valuable if it’s been a while since you last needed a resume. You can also use the information to re-review the resume you’ve been using in this job hunt. It contains solid information on writing better cover letters, getting informational interviews and getting your resume noticed via various different approaches.

Great resource. Make use of it.

Editor’s Note: Tory authored a book called Fired to Hired: Bouncing Back from Job Loss to Get to Work Right Nowin August 2009. This was published after the writing of this post.

I haven’t read the book, but the ten Amazon.com customer book reviews all rated it 5 out of 5 stars. It provides practical advice to guide your job hunt.

Jorge Lazaro Diaz

Jorge Lazaro Diaz is the "Original" Career Jockey who started this blog and now serves as the Managing Editor. You'll find he enjoys focusing on professional and personal development articles and frequently covers motivational and spiritual topics.

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  • Resume Example said:

    A great list of tips! You can also use a Resume Example to help you get started in writing yours.

  • Tory Johnson Fired to Hired Book as a Resource for Job Hunters | Career Jockey said:

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  • Will george said:

    Ms. Johnson, I saw a segment on the ABC network (8-30-10) where you suggested some good tips/ pointers for resumes. However, there is something disturbing in what I saw. One of your tips was to omit the date(s) of any degrees conferred. Your reason was that it “ages you”. I add “so”? I add that tongue-in-cheek because your tip just cosigns the institutional age discrimination that is in the workplace. So, I don’t blame you for our society’s woes, but it is a sad statement that applicants are advised to hide their age. With all of the boomers needing work, this is a troubling sign for America. Although you are not to blame, cosigning this type of discrimination without addressing it is not helping.

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