How to Open and Operate a Home-Based Resume Service: An Unabridged Guide

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Globe Pequot Press, 1996 - Home-based businesses - 299 pages
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Millions of people change jobs every year, and most of them need help composing a convincing resume. This updated guide gives new information for tapping into this market, including a new section on demonstrating potential for immediate cash flow, a complete sample business plan, and many new worksheets designed to gather client information.

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Contents

What Services Does a Resume Business Provide
1
What Makes a Good Resume Service Entrepreneur?
13
Before You Begin Your Resume Service
23
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Jan Melnik coaches prospective college students to write outstanding essays, resumes, and other application materials. She has been a job search coach and professional resume writer for more than 15 years. She has eight years of experience as a career expert on nationally syndicated Money Watch and Money Matters radio. Jan has been a featured resume and job search expert on NBC and a regular presenter and keynote speaker at industry conferences nationwide. She is the author of several entrepreneurial books, including How to Start a Home-Based Resume Business (Globe Pequot), now in its second edition, as well as co-author of Executive's Pocket Guide to ROI Resumes and Job Search. She recently went through the entire admissions process, times two, as her twin sons applied to colleges.

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