Friday, March 14, 2014

Writing Resume Gold

Some people hate writing resumes while others excel at it. Well, here is your chance to buff up your resume to get that job you have been wanting. All the books below have done their research about the resume process, and they are all available at the library! Come on down and pick one up so that you can be writing a professional resume today!

The complete idiot's guide to the perfect resume by Susan Ireland - The recession has made finding a job harder than ever. Everything now takes place online, and a resume's preparation is different than even a few years ago. This new edition has changed with the times, focusing on what's most important in an electronic resume. Full of successful resume samples and cover letters, the book also focuses on the key words and phrases that will bring readers' resumes to the top of the HR pile.

Cover letter magic: trade secrets of a professional resume writer by Wendy S Enelow - Professional resume and cover letter writers reveal their inside secrets for creating phenomenal cover letters that get attention and land interviews. The book features more than 130 sample cover letters written for all types of job seekers, including the before-and-after transformations that can make boring letters fabulous.

Federal resume guidebook : write a winning federal resume to get in, get promoted, and survive in a government job by Kathryn K. Troutman - Shows where to find federal jobs and how to navigate the different application processes for the many federal agencies. Expert step-by-step guidance and resume samples for applying for jobs with the federal government. 

First time resume by William McNeill - Complete with more than 40 real-world examples, this quick, easy-to-use guide is a non-threatening resource for people who may be a little apprehensive about writing their first resume. This book takes the mystery out of the process, and shows people just how easy it really can be.

Step-by-step resumes : build an outstanding resume in 10 easy steps! by Evelyn U. Salvador - This revolutionary how-to workbook is the easiest way to create a winning resume no writing required! By filling in the blanks, checking the relevant boxes, and pasting in prewritten Resume Clip BulletsTM, readers can pull together an effective resume with ease. Also includes an exhaustive collection of thousands of powerful resume keywords to make your resume stand out in electronic databases. New for this edition is a section on integrating your resume into your social networking strategy, as well as new personal branding worksheets and expanded tips on e-mailing resumes.

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