Resume Writing Services
Resume writing is critical in controlling the image you present to employers. The stronger the skill and experience descriptions are in your resume--the higher the number of interviews and salary offers you will receive.
A Resume cover letter is a one-page document that is designed to introduce and explain submitted material such as a job application. Drafting a cover letter is challenging work, as it must cleanly and elegantly sell the accompanying material along with its author. Some people seek professional help when assembling a cover letter...
Resume distribution helps to recruiters and employers may well improve your chances of getting a new position. In this day and age, employment agencies and recruiters are the quickest and most comfortable means for finding a job and improve your chances of getting a new position.
You can also call this section Professional Profile, Technical Skills (for programmers and other technical types), Highlights or Qualifications.
Here you should include between four and six bulleted paragraphs that cover your best skills, as well as some of the best things you've ever done on the job.
Reason? The goal of your resume is to get employers to call you. And the Profile section is a crucial method of achieving this goal.
Example Profile section:PROFESSIONAL PROFILE
Strong background in journalism, with firsthand knowledge of press community. Includes seven years of experience writing, editing and delivering on-air news and breaking stories.
Superior verbal and written communication skills. Twice awarded by AP for reporting skills in 1998. Proven ability to balance needs of competing groups on controversial issues.
Three years of business management experience as owner of small business. Gained press coverage, overhauled marketing, increased sales and sold for 100% profit (1990-1993).
Cited for "considerable news judgment", by WXXX-TV GM, who said: "Joe is a well-organized self-starter (who) would make an outstanding employee in public relations".
Another Profile section, this for an entry-level programmer:
1.- What do you do well?
What do you most enjoy doing? Is it the job you're doing now? Your course work in school? If not, what do you do well? Is it a hobby? Volunteer work? Other? Write your answers on a sheet of paper.TECHNICAL SKILLS
Operating Systems: Windows 95/98, UNIX on Sun SPARC and MS-DOS.
Software: Microsoft FrontPage, Image Composer and Word; Lotus 1-2-3 and mSQL.
Once you've written the Objective/Summary and Profile sections, you've finished the most important job. Your work is now half done!