The Everything Resume Book by Nancy Schuman

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A resume is like the first thirty seconds of a blind date-one with a prospective employer. That's all the time you have to get a hiring authority's attention and-hopefully-an interview. A bad resume will absolutely eliminate you from the competition.

Building a strong resume is the single most important step in landing a new job. The Everything Resume Book, 3rd Edition is your one-stop resource for crafting a resume that will highlight your skills and experience to get you the job you want. This hands-on guide offers helpful hints on format and presentation and includes the most up-to-date guidelines for using the Internet in your job search.

This completely revised and updated edition includes new information on:Job boardsand the best Web resources for job seekersUsing resumes as a personal brandThe advantages and disadvantages of video resumesSocial networking sites in the job searchGeneration gap issues relating to resumesResume blogs

Bursting with more than 100 sample resumes for a wide range of professions, this guide contains the information you need to command a prospective employer's attention and score that all-important interview.


About Nancy Schuman

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Nancy Schuman, CSP, is a vice president at Lloyd Staffing and the author of The Job Interview Phrase Book. She's also the Jobs and Career columnist for the Long Island Press. She lives in East Northport, NY. Burton Jay Nadler is Assistant Dean of the College and Director of the Career Center at the University of Rochester. He is the author of The Everything Resume Book, 2nd Edition. He lives in Pittsford, NY.
Published March 1, 2008 by Adams Media. 352 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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