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How to write a good resume
So you want to know how to write a good resume, huh? Well, how do we define a "good resume"? In my experience, a good resume is pleasing to look at, easy to read, and contains all the information necessary to know whether or not the person represented by said resume can do the job in an effective and efficient manner. A good resume should look professional and reflect the abilities of the person it is meant to represent without a lot of fluff in between the lines.

Knowing how to write a good resume could quite possibly be one of the most valuable business skills you can ever learn. Hardly anyone stays in the same job for years and years and years like days of the past. We are constantly looking for new challenges, more money, and more satisfaction, so having the skill of knowing how to write a good resume is something that you will always have. It can mean the difference between getting an interview and not getting an interview.

A good resume will include only pertinent information about you - the job applicant. It is written in a professional and positive manner focusing on abilities, skills, and talents that can benefit your future employer. Of course, that can be a little difficult to do on paper, but not when you know what words to use. A thesaurus can be a life saver here when you are looking for the right words.

Never, ever, make any job sound like it is a mundane, boring position. It doesn't matter if you are standing behind the counter at your local Starbucks, you can still focus on the positive aspects of that job. For example, when you make the coffee, you are responsible for quality control. When you give it to the customer, you are insuring good customer service. When you ring it up on the cash register, you are responsible for cash flow. Any job can sound much better when you "flower it up" and be creative in doing so!

Look on the Internet for tools and tips on how to write a good resume. We especially like the web site at Not only do they have examples of resumes to refer to, they have many articles on how to write a good resume and even provide a resume writing service where you pay a professional resume writer to craft your resume from information you provide to them.

Want to know how to write a good resume? Just be honest, give as much information as possible in the space provided, and then let the resume talk for you. Then wait for your call to interview!

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