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December 7, 2007, 11:16 am
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Your resume is a key job-hunting tool used to get a job interview. It
summarizes your accomplishments, your education, as well as your work
experience, and should reflect your special mix of skills and
A resume -- even the best resume -- will not get you the job; you'll
need to convince the employer during the job interview. The resume is
simply a marketing tool to get you into the door.
A resume is a statement of facts designed to sell your unique mix of
education, experience, accomplishments, and skills to a prospective
employer. Never lie or stretch the facts; do not get creative when
identifying your job titles, dates of employment, or accomplishments.
On the other hand, do not be modest; be clear about successes and
accomplishments -- and quantify whenever possible.
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