Writing Interview Winning ResumesYour resume is usually the first impression an employer will have of you - it needs to market your relevant skills, knowledge, and accomplishments. Employers usually only spend 30 seconds or so reviewing each resume, therefore, that first impression needs to be the one that counts. It's important to take the time to compose well written, grammatically correct, and error free resumes that focuses on your skills and experience that are relevant to the jobs you are applying for. This class will step you through the process of creating effective resumes. It includes writing tips and suggestions, samples, and answers to your resume questions.
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