Resume ~ Communicate your skills

We all know what we do at our jobs but we don’t always know how to say what we do. As an expert resume writer and certified career coach I have been trained to help you so you can communicate your assets and skills to an employer making you a great candidate for the position in question. Many of my colleagues look at me like I am crazy when I say that I love writing resumes, but I do love writing resumes. Sometimes it is the creativity that is needed, other times it is the balancing act of getting enough information on the resume without putting too much, and still other times it is to see the look on a persons’ face when they see exactly how much they have done, and how important they are/were to an organization. Every job has its purpose and a resume can be written to reflect not only that purpose, but the pride that a person takes in doing a great job. Need a resume? I can help… www.careercreate.com
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