Resume Examples and Why You Can’t Just Cut and Paste

Often if you search the web, websites will make statements such as “resume examples covering various jobs and career levels”. The problem you will find is that many of these resume examples will be too specific. I mean the resume example you find will often be related to one discipline only such as accounting, financial control, engineering, sales, insurance etc. Now we all need to start somewhere with our resume however I think it is better to start with the job ad than to take a copy what I have found approach to resume writing. Additionally often the narrowly focused resume samples miss lots of things that employers are looking for.

If you are looking for a better approach read this “RESUME” then take a look at resume example. I know it is a lot more work to use my resume example however it should pay off in more interviews,

rictownsend – orglearn

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About rictownsend

Corporate Learning Consultant

One response to “Resume Examples and Why You Can’t Just Cut and Paste”

  1. cv examples says :

    What a wow post. I really think that managers in most industries are looking for resumes that follow conventions. Creating extra stylization seems somewhat helpful to me.

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