Résumés are used for three things: to get an interview, to introduce yourself, and to provide a documented, factual work history. You may not like it, but you've got to have one, and if you don't have a great résumé, you will be lost in the quagmire of job search. In this section, we explore the many types and uses for resumes. With the help of, you can have a resume that really stands out from the others.

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1 Endear Yourself to the Buyer Alex Freund
2 By Using Professionals When in Job Search Can Speed Up Your Process Alex Freund
3 Your Resume on Google Docs...and Other Recommendations for Posting Your Resume Online Brenda Bernstein
4 Creating a Resume that Works Administrator
5 The 4 Types of Resumes Dr. Thomas J. Denham
6 Do I Delete This from My Resume or Not? Administrator
7 Bigger is NOT Always Better Karen, The Resume Chick
8 How to Create Jaw-Dropping Career Accomplishments Robert Shindell
9 3 Secrets to Cover Letters that WIN Interviews! Kevin Kermes
10 3 Reasons NOT to Copy Your Resume Summary into Your LinkedIn Summary Section! Brenda Bernstein
11 5 Strategies to Combat an Employment Gap Jessica Holbrook Hernandez
12 100 Components of an Exemplary Resume Evelyn Salvador
13 Productive Ways to Fill Resume Gaps Administrator
14 Resume Writing Tips: Create a Powerful Opening Statement Administrator
15 Why You Don’t Have to Look Good on Your Resume Brenda Bernstein
16 How to Match Your Resume to the Job You Really Want Administrator
17 It Takes More than a Resume to Get a Job Jessica Hernandez
18 3 Strategies for Making it Past the Initial 5-Second Resume Scan Jessica Hernandez
19 Crash! Boom! Bang! (a.k.a. 5 Big Reasons Why Your Resume Isn’t Working) Karen, The Resume Chick
20 LinkedIn Power Tune-Up Brenda Bernstein

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