Many great job candidates have poor resumes that are merely a laundry list of job tasks that do little to distinguish them from their competition. The average recruiter or hiring manager spends less than 15 seconds reviewing a resume. Most people's resumes fail to qwowq the reader and quickly end up in the qnoq pile. Writing a resume can feel like an overwhelming task. It can seem like a Herculean effort to consolidate so much important information about a career into a one or two page document. But it doesn't have to be that way! In 'Happy About My Resume', Barbara Safani offers 50 tips for creating compelling copy and presenting it in a powerful way to grab the hiring authority's attention and get them to pick up the phone to call you in for an interview. Safani provides practical and easy-to-follow advice as well as numerous samples that show each of her tips in action. The book will help readers learn how to quickly create a resume that is professional, gets them noticed, minimizes the amount of time they spend in a job search, and maximizes their earning power. The book is for anyone who wants to proactively manage their career and improve the quality of their current resume or create a resume from scratch.50 Tips for Building a Better Document to Secure a Brighter Future Barbara Safani. 4. Ia#39;m not really sure what ... I dona#39;t want to write too much on my resume about what I did because doing so will make my resume too long. You can create impact ... I know I had an impact but I have no idea how to quantify it. Take a look atanbsp;...
|Title||:||Happy about My Resume|
|Publisher||:||Happy About - 2008-10|