As a recruiter, I get asked by candidates all the time for resume writing tips.
During some of our economy’s other downturns, I’ve provided resume writing workshops that seemed to help people work through a process of developing their resumes.During the course of my workshop, I provide some insights on resumes from the recruiter’s perspective and then walk participants through one way to approach what people often see as an impossible task of writing winning text about themselves.
You’ll find thousands of other resume writing approaches in books, on the internet, in classes and at various services.All of them have some good suggestions.My advice to candidates is to pick what works for you and go with it.And, by “what works for you,” I mean what gets you the employment results you’re after.
In the spirit of doing my part to help people find the jobs they want, I thought I’d post my resume workshop approach for your perusal. There are a lot of sections here, so be sure to scroll all the way down to the bottom.
And, just like I said above, pick what works for you and go for it.