Resumes and Letters
The resume provides an opportunity to market yourself and highlight your strengths. The average HR official takes 30 seconds or less to skim through a resume so it is important to present a strong and clean document.
Much of your formatting and enclosed information, depends on the field you want to go into. Consider the following examples when creating your resume.
Tips and Tools
Action Verbs - Market your passed work using key action words and without repeating yourself
Writing Bullet Statements - Learn how to create concise and strong statements about your past work history
Section Headers - Resumes aren't all the same - Browse possible section headers to see what your resume might need to include