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The resume handbook : how to write outstanding resumes & cover letters for every situation
2008
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Only one interview is granted for every 250 resumes received

With The Resume Handbook, you can make sure yours is the one on top! Your resume has one purpose: to obtain an interview. In order to create an interview-winning resume, you need to know what to say and how to say it - and The Resume Handbook will show you how.

The book focuses on three major objectives:

  • Organization: Give your resume structure and visual impact to immediately capture attention
  • The Basics: What to include and what to leave out so you don't turn off the reader
  • Accomplishments: Present yourself as a highly motivated achiever

Now in its fifth edition, The Resume Handbook features thirty-seven of the best resumes ever written and provides no-nonsense advice for making your resume stand out from the crowd. - (F+W Publishing)

Author Biography

Arthur D. Rosenburg (Cresskill, NJ) is a consultant specialising in business analysis, project management, user-friendly documentation, corporate communications, and training. His publications include:Career Busters: 22 Ways People Mess Up Their Careers and how to Avoid Them, andManipulative Memos: Control Your Career Through the Medium of the Memo.

- (F+W Publishing)

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Table of Contents

Preface vii
Introduction ix
Looking for a New Job
1(4)
The Basics of Writing Resumes
5(6)
Describing Your Accomplishments
11(10)
The Best Resumes We've Ever Seen
21(70)
The Worst Resumes We've Ever Seen
91(18)
Presentation
109(6)
Using the Internet
115(6)
The Art of Networking
121(8)
Advice for Job Seekers
129(4)
Cover Letters
133(12)
Personal Promo Letters
145(6)
Following Up
151(4)
Other Job-Search Methods
155(8)
Trends
163(3)
Afterword 166

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