How To Write A GREAT Resume.

I am going to give you the main ingredients for writing a great resume, right now.

Anyone who is eager to nail down a great job in the industry they're interested in and qualified for, can write a professional resume that will attract the attention of a hiring manager eager to fill the openings in his or her company.

Job Search Jimmy

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Question #1


Are you a man or a woman?




"But I'm not a writer," you might be saying to yourself. No problem. You don't have to be a career scribe to put down the skills and characteristics and work experience that make you a valuable candidate for a wonderful job in your field. What happens to most people needn't happen to you—and that is 'freezing' when it comes to putting words on paper.

A successful resume requires more thinking than writing. Once you've thought about what you want to include and take some notes about that, you can then get to the writing.
A resume has one purpose—to display how and why you are qualified for the job you want.

1. Your background and work experience
2. Your education and trade skills, if they apply
3. Your opportunities to exercise leadership
4. Your awards and acknowledgments for duties performed
5. Your goals and objectives for the new position you hope to fill

A Resume Is NOT a Place to Toot Your Horn

It is a professional document that illustrates what you've done, what you can do, and what you hope to do and why, in a clear and concise manner that is easy and compelling to read. In other words, you'll want your resume to show the hiring manager your ability to solve problems in the workplace, to get along with others, and to act in a levelheaded way when a crisis occurs. If you can make it clear how you've done these things in the past, the hiring manager will be eager to speak with you in person.

Find out the company's mission statement and one of the big challenges management faces and then think about how you can contribute to achieving these objectives and state that in your resume along with your qualifications.

Job Search Jimmy

WARNING: Don't use any resume sample without adding your own customized interview-getting "secret sentence" to the top...

Free Career Quiz Creates Your
"Secret Sentence" That Lands Job Interviews Like Crazy...

... 99.9% of all job seekers don't have a clue about this... not a clue! You're about to receive an unusual, eye-grabbing, fully "customized for you" secret sentence you can quickly add to the TOP of your resume... and it's free!

Question #1


Are you a man or a woman?