A Great Resume Gets the Interview

BUILD MY RESUME

Employers aren’t hard to please, says Diana LeGere of Executive Final Copy. In fact, they want only three things:
  1. A job candidate with skills (quality) who is an…
  2. organizational fit (value) tucked into a …
  3. professional image (package).
Initially you acquire the interview by focusing careful attention to developing your resume. It’s important to remember that a resume never buys a job. It merely buys an appointment for an interview. By handling the interview as a champion, you will get a job offer. Think of your resume as a product description. You are the product! Once you entice the employer (buyer), you are halfway there. A professional resume writer can easily convey your skills in an accurate assessment appropriate to the position you are applying for. Once you’ve accomplished that, the interview stage is potentially easier than wading through the sea of good and bad resumes.

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