While teaching class this week, it came to our attention that many of our participants have good looking resumes; however, the resume does not fit the job they are seeking. If you have a varied work history and a number of careers that you are able to pursue, does your resume reflect the job that you want the most? Look at the job description for each job you are considering and then look at your resume. Are they similar? Do you have what it takes for that job on your resume? If not, it may be necessary for you to tweak your present resume or to have multiple resumes to address each job you are considering. Again, I ask the question: What does your resume say about you?
Discussion 73 – What Does Your Resume Say About You?
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