Have your resume ready
Many sites will let you post your resume so have it available. I suggest having it ready to paste or upload onto a job site.
Make sure your contact information is at the top of your resume.
Make sure you elaborate on your strengths by using power verbs throughout your resume. You want to make yourself shine with words!
Make sure your resume isn’t too long. Perspective employers don’t need to know your 50 year work history (unless you’ve been at the same place for a while).
If you lack experience don’t worry. Just make sure you elaborate on your strengths and any volunteer or other significant experiences you’ve had that will make you stand out.
Take action by making a list of your strengths today. This can be used while you are writing your resume.
Until Next time,
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