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The difference between a so-so resume and a really great resume is the story the resume tells. A resume that tells the story of an applicant who is qualified and proves that he or she can do the job is the resume that will make it into the "Yes pile."
The best stories are told by people who understand the job they are applying for and understand how their experiences, skills and education qualify them for the job.
Analyze the Position Description - Requirements of the Job
When you write a resume without reviewing the position description, you are writing a test without knowing the questions. Most people don't do this. Set yourself apart. Learn more.
Analyze your skills and abilities - Your Qualifications
Discover and understand your job-related and transferable skills so you can tell the employer why you are the right fit for the job. Learn more.
Write compelling copy that highlights your accomplishments and demonstrates the skills and abilities the employer needs in that position.
This is the single most important part of a resume (besides having NO typos). The first two steps will help you with this step. Learn more.
Include sections of your resume that are most related to the type of positions for you which you are applying...Learn more...