Looking for something a little more basic?
If you’re looking to upgrade your resume using more basic tools like Microsoft Word, we recommend meeting with a Career Specialist at the Missouri Job Center. They will be able to sit down with you, discuss your job outlook and give you unbiased feedback on your resume style and content. If you’re new to this whole resume game, they have great classes that will give you the 411 on all things resume.
In a pinch and want to try your hand at creating a resume on your own? There are a lot of great templates, tips and tools that can help you get your resume from blah to brilliant.
Here are some great tips and tools to help you get started with your new resume or brush up an old one:
Part 1 – Resume Writing – Write a resume that generates results
Part 2 – How to knock the socks off a prospective employer
Part 3 – The evidence section: How to present your work history, education, etc.
Part 4 – A few guidelines for a better presentation
Part 5 – I’m not sure the job I’m looking for is the right one for me
Part 6 – Add power to your resume with powerwords
Here’s another resource for templates, tips and tools. Great for professionals from high school to PHD:
Don’t Forget About Your Cover Letter!
A good cover letter should convince the hiring manager to give you an interview. It needs to be customized for the job, and help you stand out from the crowd. Create a compelling cover letter in 20 minutes with this easy, free cover letter creator. Make sure to read through the info gems on the homepage!
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