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Resume Writing Tips from Uvisor Website

6 August 2009 Written by: Jorge Lazaro Diaz 2 Comments

I was reading through some Linkedin.com group job hunt groups and found a resume writing article. The tips are very specific and something everyone reviewing their resume should consider. A good resource.

Hope it helps.

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  • Elizabeth Johnston said:

    Resumes only became customary after World War II, as a means for employers to eliminate unqualified candidates among scores of GIs looking for new jobs. Not much has changed. Nowadays, nearly every individual, starting a job search, begins by developing a resume, but decision makers only spend and average of ten seconds scanning them. A resume cannot do the heavy lifting in a job search. Its purpose is strictly to function, in conjunction with a follow-up call, as a marketing tool to initiate a conversation with the decision maker. Your goal should be to present your background and accomplishments in a visually appealing, reverse chronological order, with dates, succinctly and honestly. Stay away from functional resumes, extensive formatting and leaving dates off to hide age.

  • how to become a beta tester said:

    it is very well said…
    it elaborated the proper preparation of
    a remarkable resume that will help you
    to get the job…

    and don’t forget to accompany it with
    a proper and well written cover letter
    and also your secret weapon… YOURSELF..

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