Use this resume checklist to make sure your resume will catch the attention of a person or computer scanner.
Print your resume.
Your cover letter is your opportunity to not only show your relevant skills and experience, but also to show why people will want to work with you; why you are likable and will work well with their team. If possible, tell or show what you did to improve something about the work or business in the last place you were employed. Address the letter to the hiring person if at all possible.
Following this checklist and writing a cover letter whether requested or not, takes time, but the effort will set you apart from other applicants.
For assistance reviewing and revising your resume, contact Career Counselor/Certified Life Coach, Nancy J. Miller for convenient affordable coaching sessions by phone or Skype. To schedule a complimentary conversation to discuss your needs, contact Nancy at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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