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Resume Builder

A resume is your personal advertisement! Its purpose is to tell employers that you are precisely the employee they are looking for! Emphasizing your successes and unique strengths, your resume should communicate what you can do in light of what you've done. Your resume should be clean, professional, clear, and precise. Rather than outlining your accomplishments comprehensively, the resume should only serve as an introduction, causing an employer to want more.  Click through our steps below to learn how to build your resume.

  1. Where do I begin?
  2. Resume Content
  3. Resume Presentation
  4. Sample Layouts
  5. Action Verbs
  6. What Employers are Looking for
  7. Cover Letter
  8. Ten Resume Mistakes to Avoid
  9. Resume FAQ's