How to Write Great Resumes
Your resume is going to be the very first impression any employer will have of you, you need to get it right. You want to give them enough relevant information so they see that you are qualified for the position but do it quickly enough that they don't get bored and move on to the next candidate. That is why you should think of your resume as your 30 second commercial on why an employer wants to hire you. Or at the very least want to bring you in for an interview.
Tips On Writing a Resume: Is this the first time you have written a resume or it has been a while since you needed to. Here are some tips to write a great resume. Read "Tips On Writing a Resume"
Career Mission Statement: Help focus your job search, cover letter and resume with a career mission statement. Read "Career Mission Statement"
Examples of How to Display Your Contact Information on Resume: Your resume is one of the very first impressions that an employer will have of you. It is not just the content of your resume that matters but also how you display it. The very first component is your contact information. Read "Examples of How to Display Your Contact Information on Your Resume"
Chronological Resume Examples: This is the most common format of resume. See some examples of a chronological resume. Read "Chronological Resume Examples"
Functional Resume Templates: What do you do if you have been out of the work force for a while? Or maybe the past couple of positions didn't last very long. There are many reasons that the most common format for a resume is not the best fit for all. For those people usually a functional resume format is the solution. Read "Functional Resume Templates"
Hybrid Resume Examples: What if you have a solid work history but have done the same exact tasks at all of your pasts positions. A hybrid resume format may be what you are looking for. Read "Hybrid Resume Examples"
Sales Resume Examples: A sales career is very unique. You need to be a hunter and producer but also have customer service skills. Here are some examples on how to best display your sales skills. Read "Sales Resumes Examples"
Waitress Resume Examples: More and more with the big chains waitresses are being expected to supply a resume when they apply for a position. Here are some waitress resume examples. Read "Waitress Resume Examples"
Functional Waitress Resume Example: If at all your previous waitress jobs you have done pretty much the same thing from establishment to establishment and have a good work history, you may want to use this format. Read "Functional Waitress Resume Example"