Entry Level and Internship Resumes
Before you write your resume, you need to understand your features and benefits from an employer perspective. Your product is you!
Knowing your product is great advice for a sales rep. Yet critical for a job seeker. A sales rep can say "I don't know the answer to that, but I'll find out and get back to you." You can't. Your resume is a starting point to knowing and selling your product (you), and yes, it is required. But no, the resume is not magic and no, the resume won't get you the job. Yet without a good resume, it could keep you from getting the job (or from getting the interview).
Research how to write your personal resume, review the sample, then develop your own using one of our free templates.
Learn what you need to get started…and how to develop the very best resume!
An example resume so that you can see what a strong resume looks like "on paper" in preparing to develop your own resume.
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Read resume articles focused on specific aspects of job searching and how to use your resume.
Create your resume the right way, with the right focus and guidance to gain an advantage in your job search.
Don't neglect the most important feature of your resume, craft a compelling objective for your resume.
Once you have completed your resume, you need to present it professionally, both online and in print. Your cover letter links your resume to specific employers.
Get your references ready and prepped to your advantage. How to acquire the very best references…and the best way to present them!