Does your resume ask for the job?

After you have written your resume, make sure that you have omitted the critical resume mistakes including:

  1. unrelated to position being filled
  2. too long or too short
  3. unattractive with a poorly designed format
  4. omits contact information
  5. sloppy
  6. misspellings or poor grammar

Does your resume ask for the job?

Take this test:

Does your resume ask for the job? See complete article at

http://exm.nr/1zDVRjC via @examinercom.

Debra Ann Matthews, M.A., JCTC is a passionate career coach and resume writer who works with hundreds of clients throughout her career to help encourage them to craft specific and compelling resumes, bios, and relevant career communications. Her extensive experience includes helping in President Clinton’s AmeriCorps, Up With People, and Job Corps. She loves to help motivated career changers in her business Let Me Write It For You. She’s noted in USAA Military, NBC Chicago, MSN Latino, Monster, Monster Working, Calgary Sun, Money Mix, & Careerbuilder.co.uk. Connect with her on LinkedIn at letmewriteit4u or via FB at www.facebook.com/letmewriteit4u.

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