Resume Writing Tips

A really good resume needs to be clear, concise, relevant and targeted toward the position that the client is going for. So, in order to do that, I recommend by beginning with the end in mind. Actually go look at job descriptions for the type of work you want to secure. Look at the keywords and the relevant skills that you have, and then write your resume toward the future to help get you into

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