Will you be ready? Is your resume filled with information that could fit any one of a hundred applicants? Or, does it convey relevant information to the position you are seeking? Are you able to objectively look at your current document and decide if it will get you called for an interview?
Your resume should be a summary of who you are and what you offer. It should reveal your key transferable skills and your communication style by noting where you have been and conveying what you can do.
Your resume is your first impression. If it does not communicate your qualifications or the value you offer, you will not be considered for the position you are seeking. Make your resume stand out from the others by writing in a clear, concise manner and developing a document that is easily read and contains all of your relevant information.
Those of us in the resume writing business cannot say it enough – it is imperative your document is well-prepared so when opportunity knocks you are ready to answer the Call. There are no second chances in making a great first impression.
I love the quote, “The interview lands you the job, but the resume lands you the interview.” Ensure yours is the best it can be by seeking out advice from a professional who cares and is dedicated to your success.
Be prepared to answer the Call – Contact me today!
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Tammy Shoup, CPRW is a Christian Resume Writer dedicated to helping Pastoral Candidates, Ministry Workers, and Christian Job Seekers launch a successful job search campaign. She is a Certified Professional Resume Writer (CPRW), Member of the Professional Association of Résumé Writers, National Résumé Writer’s Association, and Career Directors International. She is also a past member of the Christian Writer’s Guild.
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