Résumé magic: trade secrets of a professional résumé writer

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JIST Works, 2010 - Business & Economics - 583 pages
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Resume Magic combines great tips with before-and-after resum transformations to explain the nuts and bolts of resume creation. Author, Susan Britton Whitcomb connects professional techniques with actual examples to demonstrate why the techniques work. Any college student, recent graduate, or job-seeking adult will use the strategies and advice provided in this book a thousand times over. As part of the popular Magic series, this fourth edition discusses the changing role of the resume amid new online uses and personal branding applications.

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User Review  - KatyBerube - LibraryThing

Excellent source for examples of resumes and cover letters to career development and job search candidates! I use it often when asked to provide a resume critique. Read full review

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Great reference book for job hunters. Whatever industry, educational level or experience you have as an applicant, you will find the most effective way to present your resume with this book. The book ... Read full review

Contents

A Resume Primer
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How to Use Branding and Advertising Strategies to
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How to Choose the Most Flattering Format to Support
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\Susan Britton Whitcomb has provided career management strategies to people who want to move their career forward faster for more than 20 years. Susan has helped thousand of job seekers succeed in translating their passions into profit - both for themselves and their employers. Susan speaks nationally on the topic of career management. She is past president of Career Masters Institute, the job seekers "go-to" resource for trusted career experts; founder of Career Coach Academy, a training center and think-tank for quality career coaches; and principal of California-based Whitcomb Career Consulting.

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