Resume experts give you tips

Resume experts give you tips

Oct. 24, 2012

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Would you rate your resume at least a 9 out of 10? Feel more confident in your resume and increase your employability by tuning in to Career Buzz and learn tips and techniques from two of North America’s top resume and job search experts.

When working with clients on their important career questions, I often notice that insecurities about their resume emerge. Many professionals find it difficult to articulate their skills, tell their story and feel confident about their resume. Not that the resume is the best tool to navigate one’s career — for that I recommend a Career Statement — however, one’s resume is an important career tool and making it the best it can be is important. That’s where this week’s Career Buzz guests come in. Wendy Enelow is a well-recognized leader in the careers industry. She’s co-founder and director of the Career Thought Leaders Consortium and the Resume Writing Academy. She works with transitioning executives through her private practice. Wendy has authored more than 25 books on resumes, cover letters, keywords, interviewing, and job search including Best Resumes for $100,000+ Jobs. She speaks regularly on career topics and has been quoted The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Time. Wendy’s a true innovator in the industry, hosting conferences, training programs, and career brainstorming events in the US, Canada, and the UK. Together with Wendy Enelow, Louise Kursmark is Executive Director and Career Thought Leaders Consortium. Louise is one of the leading career experts in the US, and is co-founder and director of Career Thought Leaders Consortium and the Resume Writing Academy. Louise works with transitioning senior executives through her private practice, Best Impression Career Services. Louise is the author of 20 books on resume writing, interviewing, and job search; is a 6-time “Best Resume” award winner; and is a frequent speaker on diverse career topics.
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