You Can Build a Resume By Taking Three Important Steps

In today's tight job market, you may feel confused about how to build or create a resume that speaks for you. The Internet is packed with companies that want to take the weight off your shoulders and do the job for you—for a hefty fee, of course. That's fine—if it's what you'd like to do.

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But maybe you don't want someone else to take on your project. You'd rather do it yourself. And you can. However, before starting, you might wish to assemble the items you'll include. Then you can build your job-search resume in a way that delivers the result you wish to achieve.

Take a look at the items listed here and use them to build a resume that is specific to the job you're searching for. Keep in mind that times have changed. Employers rip through the hundreds if not thousands of resumes they receive each month, eager to find the right people for the positions they have open at their companies. They do not sit back and read each one slowly and carefully. Therefore, it's up to you to make yours stand out by the way it's written and with the experience and skills you have to offer that will help their organization grow and prosper.

3 Essential Steps To Building a Job-Search Resume

1. Use correct English. Know your grammar and usage rules and have someone in the know review your resume before submitting. Typos and punctuation errors and tense switching are the kiss of death on any piece of professional writing, especially a job resume where you are hoping to make a favorable impression on the employer.

2. Start with what you can bring to the job. Do you have experience, skills, qualifications and innovative ideas that will help the employer increase revenue or decrease expenses so his business can grow and prosper? If so, indicate them clearly.

3. Target your information to the position you want. Highlight special training, certification, licensing, and so on, so the hiring manager can see quickly who you are and what you have to offer that someone else does not have.

Building a resume is so much more than simply a 'request for a job interview' or a list that focuses on what you want. It must bring to the table marketable skills that display your intention to be a committed employee, a professional team player, and someone who will help the company grow.

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?