Resume Magic, 4th Ed: Trade Secrets of a Professional Resume Writer (Resume Magic: Trade Secrets of a Professional Resume Writer)
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Susan speaks nationally on the topic of career management. She is past president of Career Masters Institute, the job seeker s go-to resource for trusted career experts; founder of Career Coach Academy, a training center and think-tank for quality career coaches; and principal of California-based Whitcomb Career Consulting. About the Author Susan Britton Whitcomb has provided career management strategies to people who want to move their career forward faster for more than 20 years.
Susan speaks nationally on the topic of career management. . She is past president of Career Masters Institute, the job seeker s go-to resource for trusted career experts; founder of Career Coach Academy, a training center and think-tank for quality career coaches; and principal of California-based Whitcomb Career Consulting. Susan Britton Whitcomb has provided career management strategies to people who want to move their career forward fas
Resume Magic is a giant compendium of advice and before-and-after resume transformations explains resume creation and illustrates professional techniques with actual examples that show why the techniques work.
Valuable time saving reference and tutorial Guy Terry I started a job hunt recently, and hadn't written a resume in the last 6 years or so. I had a good idea of how I wanted to present and market myself, but I didn't have all of the fine details filled in.This book is extensive, but well labeled. Start reading at the beginning, and every subject points you to the chapter with more information on that subject. Kind of like hyperlinks. That way you can look through at the major headings and pick and choose what you don't already know.I took a prioritized approach, because I was in a little bit of a hurry. I took the resume section, picked a format based on my experience, then wrote a draft. . Cindra Lee Henry said Resume Magic Means Marketing Magic!. As a career transition specialist with a Los Angeles One-Stop, I see dozens of displaced professionals in the course of a week. The greatest challenge for this population is learning how to put into words the tremendous wealth of skills, knowledege and experience they bring to any employer. This book, more than any other, addresses this challenge. It shows clearly the difference between stating your background in the old tried word sequences and stating what you do in ways that convey value at every step. It shows how to communicate information through stories and value-driven feature/benefit strategies, and how every piece of paper tha. Stand Out From the Crowd! This book has it all! By the time you're finished with this book (600 pages) you'll know everything there is to know about resume creation. The author not only explains the "how" - but also the "why". Each section of a resume along with various formats are explained in great detail. Also included are numerous tips from recruiters and human resource professionals about what should and should not be included in a resume. An appendix section on Pet Peeves of America's Top Employers (pertaining to resumes) was also enlightening. Also included is a chapter on how to develop a cover letter. This book is all you will ever need -- I definately