The growth of online resume services has brought a dramatic change in the way resumes are constructed. Electronic and software scanning have now become widely used methods of screening resumes, eliminating the need for humans to do the job in many cases. Resumes must now emphasize and industry-specific terms and acronyms. So no matter how you write your resume or for what job niche, chances are it will be e-scanned and e-distributed!
1. Before you start writing your resume, you need to realize how important it is and what a resume does for your and your career. The purpose of a resume is to hopefully peak the interest of potential employers enough to land you a job interview. However, just because you are writing a resume to try to get an interview doesn't mean you should treat it like a job application. Instead, you need to craft your resume like a piece of marketing copy aimed to make a big sale on a prime product-- you! In order to achieve this goal... you need to invest time, summons up creative juices, and revise, revise, revise.
I need help om both editing and writing a resume
I agree with you that no one knows you better than you but when it comes to applying your skill set to paper, I feel that it's best to allow a professional that has worked in the field for over 25 years. I have written resumes and placed over 20,000 people in jobs from all over the United States from the desk of my home and guaranteed at least three job interviews to each individual. I was also responsible for coaching each individual on what to expect question wise and how to respond with the answer the employer was looking for. This field of work is not easy and all you have is your reputation on the line so you have to be the best at what you do. So, I guarantee my abilities to help you gain a strong career opportunity.
I thought about having someone write mine but I found this link and decided to do it myself. I do believe it is better to write your own because only you know yourself best: