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Resumes For Dummies
Is your job search stalling out after you submit a resume but before you're offered an interview? With reinvented recruiting technology, unmanageable millions of resumes choking employer databases, and government mandates in the name of diversity, a gigantic change has occurred in the recruiting world over the past several years--and it demands a fresh look at how you writ ...more
Published January 1st 2007 by For Dummies
(first published April 26th 1996)
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Feb 16, 2015 Lindsay rated it 4 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Our community college had outdated career books, particularly how to write resumes and cover letters. Although there are many online resources to pull from, including university career centers, many of our students don't have Internet access at home and prefer print for lengthier works, so I ordered some newer print replacements. One of my co-workers took this home for her architect husband, and he found it really helpful for making a new resume. I took this home to browse, and I really thought ...more
Don't get me wrong, this could be a great book and probably is in hard copy. i love my Kindle but looking at washed out graphics of (guess what?) resumes on a gray background is more than disappointing. It makes no sense when you can't read what is on the page. I just can't understand why a book on style and polish of maybe the most important document has such a poor layout with respect to tables, lists and graphics. Come on Amazon, you need to get this right. With 16 shades of grey/black, why n ...more