A revised edition of the ultimate resume and letter writing guide for transitioning military personnel! Here's the book that provides important answers to many questions facing job seekers with military experience. This book shows how to write, produce, distribute, follow up, and evaluate resumes and letters with maximum impact. Identifying what employers really look for on resumes and letters, it shows how to craft dynamite employer-centered communications as well as: identifies 28 major myths and mistakes; outlines a 7-step job search process; reveals 65 key writing, production, distribution, and follow-up principles; specifies a 6-step military-to-civilian language translation process; includes examples of over 60 resumes and 14 letters; and lists nearly 40 top Internet employment sites you should use. Rich with examples and sound career planning advice, the book also includes several unique self-evaluation instruments and resume data forms for strengthening job search communication.References 39. Never include names, addresses, and phone numbers of references on your resume: You may want to include a final category on your resume: REFERENCES: Available upon request However, this is an empty category thatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Military Resumes and Cover Letters|
|Author||:||Carl S. Savino, Ronald L. Krannich|